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THN Update
Updates from the THN for the week of January 15 - January 21

Embracing 2019.

THN has switched its eNewsletter format! 

In the meantime, all eNewsletter submissions need to link to your website - bye bye attachments!

THN's (ASOs) Calendar of  Upcoming Events

THN Updates are sent to member organisations, working group members, and other community partners who have indicated they wish to receive them.

Community News & Information


Fred Victor extended hours for supervised injection sites

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) is currently seeking community feedback on anti-stigma campaigns related to HIV/AIDS, including PrEP and U=U.

Community Events

Health Promotion/Nursing Clinic
First & Third Wednesday of every month at PWA
Date: Wednesday January 16th
Time: 1:30-3:30pm
Topic: Mapping the Way Forward
Click here for more information

January 18th, 2018 is the one year anniversary of an alleged murderer whose victims were 8 men, mostly from the queer community. We acknowledge that anniversaries can be triggers for folks. As a way to support community, ASAAP, Church-Wellesley Village BIA and the 519 are organizing a healing space on Wednesday January 16 from 6pm to 9pm at the 519.
Touch My Body--Exploring Asian Therapeutic Massage Techniques.

Wednesday, January 23, 2018 from  6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Casey house 119 Isabella St, Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1P2  Dinner and tokens will be provided. Spaces are limited please RSVP to Sucre 
Casey House HIV & mental health series: Putting trauma informed care & seeking safety into practice

A group for gay, bi, & queer men who are stopping their crystal meth use and want to look at how meth and sex are impacting their lives.
8 weekly group meeting starting Monday, February 4th
To email click here or call 416-340-8484 ext 229
Click here for more information
AIDS Committee of Durham Region presents  Our Views From The Front Line, Men's health honest and direct

Date And Time

Thu, February 7, 2019

9:00 AM – 3:30 PM EST

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Planning for the Long Term Workshop

Wednesday, February 6 to Wednesday, April 10 from 6:00 to 8:45 p.m.  and is for people living with HIV.

  • managing disclosure
  • building healthy relationships
  • reducing stress anxiety and depression
  • enhancing memory
  • improving self-esteem.

Opportunites for Engagment


ABRPO and TTOA Coordinator
The Program Coordinator is responsible for the administrative support of ABRPO and assists in training development and delivery and related activities (meeting organizing, consultation, assessment, development of training materials, delivery of presentations, and the like) as directed.
Click here for more information
AIDS Bereavement and Resilience Project of Ontario


The Canadian Drug Policy Coalition (CDPC) a Strategic Communications Manager
 A ground-breaking engagement initiative across Canada! Over the next three years, they will be working with communities to improve public understanding of drug policy, promote a public health and human rights-based approach to drugs, and develop momentum for sustained and coordinated efforts to improve responses to harms related to substance use and public policies
Click here for more information


Survey, Studies, & Focus Groups

Honorarium paid as an electronic gift card

Service providers who support older adults (age 50+) living with HIV from ACB communities are invited to join us by phone (toll-free) on: Friday January 18, 2019 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
To register for either focus group, please email or call Kate Murzin at 416-513-0440 ext 244.


PWA's Speakers Training
Have you struggled to talk about your HIV status because you don’t have the answer to question's being asked? What is your CD-4 for example? When do you need to disclose
Goals of the Speakers Training
To provide accurate information to contradict HIV myths and stereotype; and to be able to answer people's questions.
Click here for more information
Click here to register


Youth, HIV, and Housing Study
The purpose of asking you to participate in this study is to better understand the housing challenges, barriers to support and health care, and issues of stigma and discrimination experienced by young people living with HIV, who are unstably housed.
Survey: As a part of this study you will be required to complete a survey. The survey will take 30-45 minutes to complete. There is a $20 Compensation
Click here for more information
Fife House Youth and housing survey
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