AIDS Committee of Durham Region
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ACDR provides accessible, culturally competent, and holistic support services to people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. To accomplish this, we reduce barriers to accessing ACDR’s programs and services, and assist clients in navigating public, private and non-profit sector programs and services. Our goal is to engage, empower and build the capacity of people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) and individuals and families affected by HIV and AIDS by offering services that meet clients where they’re at and respond to self-identified needs.
- We provide quality care in an environment that is respectful, non-judgmental, welcoming and trusting.
- We respect your right to confidentiality.
- We support you in taking responsibility for your own health and well-being and in making informed choices.
- We provide access to relevant, current, accurate information and resources.
- We promote harm reduction tools and strategies for managing risk.
- We provide inclusive services in an anti-oppression, anti-racist environment.
- We engage in community networks by advocating and educating surrounding the needs and issues of people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS.
What We Offer: Advocacy, Case Management, Complementary Therapies Program, Counseling, Food Bank Program, Food Bank Program, Holiday Hamper Program, Inter-Agency Support & Community Partnerships, Medical Services Drop-in, Peer Mentoring Program, PHA Skills Development- Workshops/Conferences, Positive Connections Newsletter, Positive Living Wellness Fund, Social Activities/Events, Support Groups,”The Pozzy” Youth, Volunteer Driver Program
HIV/AIDS support, education and harm reduction services. Agency hours are 9-5pm Monday through Friday. Agency is closed for Lunch between 12:30 and 1PM.