National Web Links
Annual International AIDS Candlelight Memorial & Vigil for Greater Vancouver, BC.
The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network Inc. is a non-profit coalition of individuals and organizations which provides leadership, support, and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, regardless of where they reside.
Telephone: (604) 266.7616
Toll Free: 1.888.285.2226
Fax: (604) 266.7612
The Canadian AIDS Society is a national coalition of 115 community-based AIDS organizations across Canada. CAS advocates on behalf of people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS, facilitate the development of programs, services and resources for member groups, and provides a national framework for community-based participation in Canada's response to AIDS.
Telephone: (613) 230.3580
Fax: (613) 563.4998
Canadian Memorial AIDS Quilt Quilt is made up of more than 500 three-foot by six-foot panels, each panel created in memory of someone who has died of AIDS. Eight panels are sewn together to form a single 12-foot square called a Section. More than 70 of these Sections form the Canadian Quilt. Each Section can be laid on the floor or hung for easy viewing.
Telephone: (604) 526.0155
Canadian HIV Trials Network is a partnership committed to developing treatments, vaccines and a cure for HIV disease and AIDS, through the conduct of scientifically sound and ethical clinical trials. We are committed to the pursuits of scientific excellence and ethical integrity in all undertakings. We are also dedicated to working in partnership with the international and national pharmaceutical industry, people living with HIV/AIDS, researchers, and physicians.
Telephone: (604) 806.8327
Fax: (604) 806.8210
A national organization directed by people living with HIV/AIDS, the Canadian Treatment Action Council promotes informed public policy and public education, and promotes awareness on issues that impact on access to treatment and health care for people living with HIV/AIDS. Treatment is a broad concept which includes traditional as well as complementary and alternative medicine.
Telephone/Fax: (416) 410.6538
CATIE serves people living with HIV/AIDS, and the people and organizations that support them, by providing accessible, accurate, unbiased and timely treatment information. CATIE works in partnership with a network of other information providers to ensure that people have access to the information they need, in the form they desire, to make informed health care choices.
Telephone: (416) 203.7122
Confidential Toll Free: 1.800.263.1638
Fax: (416) 203.8284
CWGHR is a national charitable nonprofit organization that promotes innovation and excellence in rehabilitation in the context of HIV disease.
Telephone: (416) 513.0440
Fax: (416) 595.0094
The Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC) is a U.S. organization committed to reducing drug-related harm among Individuals and communities by initiating and promoting local, regional, and national harm reduction education, interventions, and community organising. HRC fosters alternative models to conventional health and human services and drug treatment; challenges traditional client/provider relationships; and provides resources, educational materials, and support to health professionals and drug users in their communities to address drug-related harm.
East Coast Office
Telephone: (212) 213.6376
Fax: (212) 213.6582
West Coast Office
Telephone: (510) 444.6969
Fax: (510) 444.6977
The Stephen Lewis Foundation was created due to the astonishing outpouring of support from Canadians who want to join the effort to address the horror of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa. Steven Lewis is the UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa. His mandate is to ensure follow-up to the April 2001 Africa Summit on HIV/AIDS and to the July 2001 United Nations Special Session on HIV/AIDS.
Telephone: (416) 533.9292
Toll-free at 1.888.203.9990
Fax: (416) 850.4910
The National Congress of Black Women Foundation is a registered charity that promotes and facilitates activities and model programs which foster advancement, recognition, health and education of black women and their families through funding and research.
Through UMOJA we, in partnership with other organizations and individuals who support in principle our goals and objectives of reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS infection and enhancing the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS.
Phone: (604) 605.0124
Fax: (604) 605.0171