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15 Years of Collective Empowerment

Supporting the Supporter Research Think Tank

Supporting the supporter research think tank March 2014 Through collaborative partnerships with the CIHR Centre for REACH, Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment and Ontario HIV Treatment Network organized a national research think tank with a goal to share knowledge and regional priorities for addressing the needs of PHA service providers. Held in Toronto on March...

Anti-HIV stigma reduction Night at St.Matthias Church Fri December 6!

To culminate World AIDS Week 2013, come and join us at St. Matthias Anglican Church in Trinity Bellwoods for an open dialogue about HIV Stigma Reduction with leaders from CAAT (Community for Accessible AIDS Treatment), ACAS (Asian Community AIDS Service), Black CAP (Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention) and the Anglican Church. LGBT faith leaders, Father...

CAAT Champion, Henry Luyombya, recognized by the MTV Staying Alive Foundation for his longstanding fearless leadership in HIV stigma reduction

On Saturday, 2nd November 2013, Staying Alive – an international MTV program, celebrated 15 years of fighting against HIV/AIDS. The MTV Staying Alive Foundation organized an extravaganza to showcase its achievements. The event took place in London, England at the St. Pancras Rennaissance Hotel and was attended by hundreds of celebrities. CAAT Champion, Henry Luyombya,...

Call for nominations for CAAT Steering committee members

Nomination for CAAT Steering Committee Members CAAT is looking for 2 new Steering Committee members for this Annual General Meeting scheduled for October 17th 2013. If you or your agency is interested in nominating a representative to the CAAT Steering Committee, please fill out the attached form and return it to: Shannon Ryan Co-chair of...

“CAAT CHAMP team at the 21st IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion (Aug 25 to 29, 2013) in Pattaya, Thailand: Drs. Alan Li, Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, and Josephine Wong facilitated a 90-minute workshop on CHAMP interventions (SJCB-Social Justice Capacity Building, and ACT-Acceptance Commitment Training); Dr. Maticka-Tyndale also delivered an oral presentation on social and economic factors that contributed to CHAMP participants staying in or dropping out of the study.”

CAAT: Capacity Building Coordinator job description

REGENT PARK COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE A very busy community-based, non-profit organization, serving a diverse community, and an equal-opportunity employer INTERNAL/EXTERNAL POSTING The Regent Park Community Health Centre is a community-based primary health organization. It provides a mix of medical, nursing, social work, community health, community development, early childhood development, youth support and other services to...

CAAT Legacy project coordinator job posting

CLIN CAAT – HIV Peer Mentorship Project Coordinator – August 2013

Access without fear – approved!

This is great news – a great step in the right direction! Access without Fear gains some legs with City Council:  

Newcomers to Canada: Migration, Immigration , challenges and successes presented at the AIDS Committee of Toronto Forum by Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment


CAAT successfully holds 4th Annual General Meeting, Announces additional Funding

CAAT successfully holds 4th Annual General Meeting, Announces additional Funding By Henry Luyombya On a windy and cold evening of 23rd November 2012, the Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment (CAAT) held its 4th annual general meeting. The well-attended event took place at 585 Dundas Street, the Daniel’s Spectrum (formerly Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre)....