Serving people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) and their families.
Supporting the needs of substance users and street-involved individuals.
Educating and providing prevention materials to service providers working with and/or populations most vulnerable to HIV transmission.
Through these distinct departments, PHAs, substance users, street-involved individuals, and populations vulnerable to HIV transmission have access to a wide array of free quality programs and services developed to improve health and wellbeing, increase resiliency, and promote knowledge.
“The AIDS Committee of Windsor provides a wonderful safe and friendly environment that welcomes not only the HIV person but their family as well. Keep up the great work.”
We pride ourselves in being your HIV resource centre. Everything you need is at your fingertips; we encourage you to take a look at our various programs and services so that we can help you take a step in the right direction towards becoming a healthier you, family and community.