Black Lives Matter Statement

Ontario’s HIV sector stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter to resist anti-Black racism and anti-Black violence

COVID-19 OAN Office Closure Effective March 17, 2020

For over 20 years, the OAN has evolved and grown to a membership of 33 Member
& 9 Affiliate Member agencies, creating one of the strongest health movements in Ontario.




“It’s very, very clear that the risk is zero. If you are on suppressive antiretroviral treatment, you are sexually non-infectious.”

– Dr Alison Rodger

lead author of PARTNER 2, presenting at the 22nd International AIDS
Conference (AIDS 2018) in Amsterdam, July 25, 2018.

OAN News

Peel Queer Women’s Needs Assessment

Peel Queer Women’s Needs Assessment

MOYO is conducting the Queer Women’s Needs Assessment to address the divide between service providers, queer women, and the Peel Region. This community needs assessment is for individuals who self-identify being queer and a woman. MOYO is reaching out to queer women...

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Trans Pulse Report

Trans Pulse Report

Trans PULSE Canada is a community-based survey of the health and well-being of trans and non-binary people in Canada. The first Trans PULSE Canada National Report was released a few months ago and highlights health and access to health care among trans and...

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Ebony Pride

Ebony Pride

Join MOYO Health and Community Services and Black CAP for EBONY PRIDE 2020. EBONY PRIDE is an African, Caribbean, and Black LGBTQ+ Chosen Family Celebration, and their theme for this event is Uniting Community. The event will celebrate and foster a...

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Upcoming OAN Event

  • OAN Skills+

    July 15, 2020  11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Every 3rd Wednesday from 11am - 12pm!

Upcoming Member Event

  • WHAI Coordinator Teleconference

    August 6, 2020