2022 Provincial Election Toolkit

Ontario votes on June 2, 2022.

This toolkit was created for OAN member organizations. It has been crafted with input and support from OAN member and partner organizations

OAN News 

HARS is now Trellis HIV & Community Care

HARS is now Trellis HIV & Community Care

Effective April 4, 2022, HARS (HIV/AIDS Regional Services) will be known as Trellis HIV & Community Care.  As the HIV/AIDS pandemic has evolved, so has the work of the organization.  Since 1988, the organization has been addressing the Social Determinants of...

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UPDATE: RENEWAL OF THE ONTARIO ACCORD

UPDATE: RENEWAL OF THE ONTARIO ACCORD

Over the past few months, the OAN's Advisory Committee of People Living with HIV/AIDS have led a process that ensured that diverse voices from every corner of the province have been involved in helping us create the next iteration of the Ontario Accord and Living and...

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PLDI Online Governance Training Applications now open!

PLDI Online Governance Training Applications now open!

Applications are now open for the PLDI Online Training on Governance: Find out how your voice can make a difference This governance training mixes instructor-driven sessions through Zoom and self-paced/directed learning sessions offered through the Brightspace...

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For over 20 years, the OAN has evolved and grown to a membership of 35 Member
& 10 Affiliate Member agencies, creating one of the strongest health movements in Ontario.

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“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.

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  • THN Core Volunteer Training Program

    May 25, 2022  6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    THN Core Volunteer Training Program
    Modules Presented weekly

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    1. Zoom and THN VTP orientation
    2. Communications
    3. HIV Basics and Health Promotion
    4. Confidentiality and Boundaries
    5. GIPA/MEPA
    6. Harm Reduction
    7. Anti-Racism & Anti- Oppression (ARAO)
    8. Steering the Course – You and the Agency- Volunteering as a PHA or affected by HIV