Creating a community that accepts and supports those affected by HIV.

Welcome to AIDS Niagara

Upcoming Community Events:

April 2013: As part of the Grandmothers-to-Grandmothers Campaign lead by the Stephen Lewis Foundation, Grands-on-the-Go are coming to Niagara. They will be hosting presentations in Fonthill, Thorold and Grimsby this April. This organization is committed to supporting grandmothers in Africa who are caring for children orphaned by HIV. Find out more here. April 7th, 2013: AIDS Action Now will be hosting a screening of United in Anger: A history of ACT UP “An inspiring documentary about the birth and life of the AIDS activist movement from the perspective of the people in the trenches fighting the epidemic. Get the details here.

StreetWorks Expands Mobile Van Services:

Public Health Outreach Nurse now offering STI/HepC/HIV education & testing, treatment, referrals, vaccinations,pregnancy testing, adult vaccinations and basic wound care on the van the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. StreetWorks meets you where you are at Monday – Friday 6-10:30pm. For Mobile Service call our cell phone (905) 328-6715.    

Welcome to Spanish classes at AIDS Niagara

Beginning May 15 through July 31, 2013. Sessions will be hosted by an AIDS Niagara volunteer Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:00pm. Register with Val-Ann by May 3 (905) 984-8684 ext 115

Have you tested NEGATIVE within the past year?

If so, please click here to find information on a study YOU could be part of!


Some people think they’re never going to contract HIV. But are you positive you’re not positive?Maybe you didn’t take precautions that one time. Maybe you didn’t know the entire sexual history of the last person you were sexually involved with. That hardly puts you at risk, does it?Vulnerability to HIV is caused by a variety of factors beyond the risks you take. It may also be determined by pre-existing conditions that result from your socio-economic status, your upbringing, your education, your ethno-cultural background, and your experience with grief, loss, stigma, and discrimination.

Latest News:

Even with the spring-like weather we “froze” this weekend.
AIDS Niagara, Brock’s Student Justice Centre and Pen Centre employees “froze” over the weekend in the food court to raise awareness for women’s issues in honor of International Women’s Day, recognized March 8th annually. Read the article here.
A new frontier for HIV/AIDS research and treatment.
‘This will likely inspire the field, make people more optimistic that this is possible.’—Dr. Steven Deeks of the University of California on an aggressive drug treatment given at birth to an HIV+ infant that appears to have resulted in the world’s 2nd person cured from the virus. Read more about the ground breaking case here.                

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                   Relay Magazine: Get the facts about HIV & you. Subscription to the free online newsletter gives you access to new articles written by Canadian healthcare professionals to help people live better with HIV. Check out the e-newsletter here.  
AIDS Niagara welcomes GMSH worker:
Tim Morgan joins the Community Development and Education team to carry out HIV education, prevention and outreach!    
information, información, habari!
AIDS Niagara is now able to communicate in more than 170 languages with the support of Language Line.    
Canadian-developed HIV vaccine approved for human studies (Click here for more info…)
    Donate Today! To support our HIV education, prevention and treatment in Niagara!    

Phone: 905-984-8684, Toll-Free: 1-800-773-9843, Fax: 905-988-1921, Email:
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