Peel HIV/AIDS Network

160 Traders Boulevard East, Mississauga

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PHAN serves the Peel region including Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon.

Our programs and services at PHAN are based on our mission:

  • To serve people living with/and affected by HIV/AIDS (PHA)
  • To limit the spread of the virus through support, education, advocacy and volunteerismThere are many people in our community who are living with/or are affected by HIV or AIDS.

AIDS is preventable. This is why we collect, distribute, and educate on current information about AIDS and its prevention. Through our community education and outreach programs, we pro-actively communicate with the general public and at-risk populations on HIV prevention, healthy sexuality and harm reduction. Our Health Promotion Team has specialized outreach programs, which are targeted to Men who have sex with Men (MSM), the African Diaspora, and Injection Drug users who are are-risk for HIV infection.

The fight against AIDS requires a collective response and broad based community engagement. Our Volunteer program develops and supports a dynamic, well-trained volunteer team which reflects our community and serves the needs of our client base.

All our programs collaborate with a broad base of networks, organizations and community members in planning, service delivery and evaluation.

Our support department provides programs for individuals living with HIV/AIDS and those affected with a range of services including counselling, case management, health promotion, capacity building, and referrals to improve their quality of life.