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Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention

20 Carlton Street, Toronto

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ASAAP is a Toronto based AIDS service organization.It was founded in 1989 as a result of the voluntary efforts of members of Khush (a social group for South Asian gays and lesbians that has since closed down), in a community response to a request for support for a South Asian couple infected with HIV/AIDS who died in isolation, unable to access services in their own language. Our catchment area is greater Toronto and all the surrounding suburbs/towns. Our services include preventative education, support to South Asians infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS, outreach, and advocacy. Services are available in Tamil, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati, and Bengali. You may need to call ahead to arrange assistance in South Asian languages.

ASAAP is a non profit charitable organization. The governing body is a 11 Member Board of Directors elected by members of ASAAP at the Annual General Meeting in accordance with the agency’s By-laws. ASAAP has 8 staff members. True to our history, we continue to provide many of our services through collaboration with our talented and committed volunteers.

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