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Organization: Toronto People With AIDS Foundation  
Phone Numbers: 416-506-1400
Fax: 416-506-1404
200 Gerrard St E, 2nd Fl
Toronto, ON
M5A 2E6
Intersection: Sherbourne St and Gerrard St E
Hours: Mon-Tue 10 am-6 pm, Wed-Thu 10 am-8 pm, Fri 9 am-5 pm * initial intake -- Mon-Fri 11 am or 1 pm; also Thu 6 pm * Essentials Market -- Wed-Thu 2 pm-7 pm
Executives: Suzanne Paddock - Interim Executive Director
416-506-1400 ext 204 *
Service Description: Treatment, practical support services, assistance navigating and accessing complex system of care, education and outreach

Treatment and therapeutic programs -- one to one consultation on sexual health, medication and HIV information * medication access assistance * harm reduction information and supplies including needle exchange, crack kits, condoms and lube * complementary therapies including vitamin supplements, yoga, reiki, massage, acupuncture

Support programs -- practical assistance and income supports including financial assistance, benefits assistance, internal and external referrals, advocacy, immigration assistance, holiday programs such as children's gift cards, hair-cutting services * assistance caring for pets and referral to veterinarian * translation and interpretation services available, call for details

Food programs -- Essentials Market food bank (member of Daily Bread Food Bank) * Food for Life meal delivery * peer and professional food and nutrition workshops * new home start-up kits, holiday bags * Good Food Box distribution -- see separate entry FoodShare

Engagement programs -- includes HIV/AIDS speakers bureau, safer sex educational materials, positive prevention outreach, peer leaders program and student peer education, women's programming, positive life coaching, spiritual wellness, expressive arts therapy, holiday dinner and social programming, theatre access * volunteer training and opportunities

Fees: None * Good Food Box -- subsidies may be available
Application: Essentials Market -- initial intake assessment discussion -- income and address information, and identification for household members, may be requested (call for details) * see hours of service for intake schedule
Eligibility / Target Population: People living with HIV/AIDS, including children, women and transwomen, men and transmen
Languages: English * French * Spanish
Language Notes: Tue 2 pm-5 pm ; Latinos Positivos: Mon-Fri 12 noon-5 pm, 3rd Fl
Area Served:
Durham West, East York, Etobicoke, North Etobicoke, Malton, West Woodbridge, North York, Scarborough, Scarborough North, Scarborough South, South Etobicoke, Toronto, York - Toronto  
See Also: Community Support Services
Financial Assistance for People with Disabilities
Food Banks
Meal Delivery Services
Rehabilitative Care - Private Pay Clinics
Sexual Health Services

This information was last completely updated on July 27, 2018

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