Faith communities are important anchors and active sources of support in communities. Many Canadians with HIV belong to a faith community and contribute to the spiritual life of their communities. They may also face discrimination and stigma related to HIV or other challenges, both within and beyond their own communities, and look to their community for support and guidance.
This section details ways that faith communities and faith based organizations can address HIV and support people living with HIV in their communities.
Download the report: Faith-Based Organizations