Since 1983 ACT has developed programs and services that respond to the changing needs of the communities it serves.

ACT provides support services that empower men, women and youth living with HIV to achieve self-determination, informed decision-making, independence, and overall well-being. We do this through programs such as counselling, information provision, social support activities and programs that help people with HIV return to work.

ACT works with gay men, women and youth to increase their knowledge, skills and resilience in the face of HIV, and reduce HIV transmission. We work with our communities to develop information about HIV, provide outreach and education and create opportunities for community members to increase their skills.

Today in Toronto, more people than ever are living with HIV and every day two more people are infected with HIV. So our work is far from over. With your help, ACT can continue to take action against HIV/AIDS.


2013 ACT Volunteer Experience Survey Report

Année de publication : 2014
This report shares feedback and findings from the ACT Volunteer Experience Survey. The survey was circulated online between December 2012 to February 2013. Our goal was to gain a better understanding of the experience of our volunteers in order to improve our...

ACT News: Magnetic (Spring/Summer 2014)

Année de publication : 2014
The Spring/Summer 2014 edition of ACT News looks at the meaning and matter of magnetic (aka mixed-status, or serodifferent) relationships. Also included: Meet ACT's new Executive Director, 10 Things Trans Men Want You to Know, SNAP! 2014, The...

PEP Can Stop You From Getting HIV

Année de publication : 2013
Launched in October 2013, posters, postcards and condom/lube packs were distributed to bars, clubs and bathhouses to alert gay and bi men – the community still most affected by HIV in Toronto – of the existence of post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) for...
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