The AIDS Bereavement and Resiliency Program of Ontario (ABRPO) collaborates with organizations to build worker, agency and community resiliency in the face of AIDS-related multiple loss, trauma and transition. 

ABRPO assists:

  • workers to maintain high levels of human service;
  • organizations to retain invaluable professional staff and volunteers, including board members;
  • communities to respond effectively to the diverse groups now requiring support.

We have been helping ASOs and other AIDS-serving organizations in Ontario strengthen resiliency in the face of multiple loss and grief since 1994. Contact us to create a program that is tailored to your organization’s needs. ABRPO’s programs are fully funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, AIDS and Hepatitis C Programs.

RESOURCES

When Grief Comes to Work

Année de publication : 2011
When Grief Comes to Work – managing Grief and Loss in the workplace

Essential Tools for Support and Stability Worker Resource Kit

Année de publication : 2018
The Essential Tools for Support and Stability Worker Resource Kit provides a brief introduction to some basic practices to build awareness, navigate emotional triggers and get debriefing support for the impact of their work on them.  It has an overall visual...