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Africans in Partnership Against AIDS

Africans in Partnership Against AIDS
526 Richmond St East 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON M5A 1R3
Toronto Downtown East
416-924-5256; 416-644-1650
City of Toronto
Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm
Persons birth-85 years, living with HIV/AIDS, from continental Africa, or who identify with this community * also Black and Caribbean communities
Practical and emotional support, and advocacy
* counselling and support groups for women, men and youth
* drop-in
* clothing exchange
* emergency child care for clients only
* interpretation and translation
* community kitchen
* prevention, education and outreach -- culturally sensitive HIV/AIDS workshops, events and activities in various languages for individuals, community groups and service providers, including ProjectM for Muslim girls and women 14-29 years, heterosexual men, men who have sex with men (MSM), and LGBTQ community
* literature in 8 languages
* volunteer opportunities
Drop in to fill out needs assessment form
English; French; Arabic; Somali; Twi; Akan; Amharic; Bambara; Ga; Hausa; Lingala; Swahili; Tigrinya; Yoruba; Dyula - Fulani
- Wheelchair accessible side entrance - call for assistance
Non Profit
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Africans in Partnership Against AIDS
Address: 526 Richmond St East 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON M5A 1R3;
Phone: 416-924-5256; 416-644-1650