One year later and we are still facing one of the toughest challenges ever faced by humanity since the turn of the 20th century.
Many of us still face challenges on a personal or professional level. Please know that there is always help available in each province or territory across Canada, be it with your local health authority or your local community organization, if you need, you can even reach out to us.
Many are facing increased mental health risks, please know that there are many support groups or counselling options available through our HIV service organizations across the country, they are there for you if you are living with HIV or if you are at increased risk.
You can find COVID 19 resources here on our website: https://www.cdnaids.ca/new-section-of-covid-19-resources/ or by accessing https://HIV411.ca/ for organizations across Canada and finally through https://pvsq.org/soutien-communautaire/ for resources specific for Quebec.
As we all move towards opening our lives again with the hopes that the vaccines bring, please stay well and reach out when needed, we are always there.
On a more personal note, the Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) will be moving its offices to a full teleworking environment as of March 22nd. This new chapter underlines the need to innovate the way we work day to day and reduce risks for our staff. If your organization is looking at transitioning to a hybrid or full Cloud working centre, please reach out and we would be happy to discuss it with you.
Our new mailing address will be
355-1554 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 7M4
Our phone numbers and emails stay the same.
Be well and please visit us on our different websites or social media.