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Organization: Peel HIV/AIDS Network  
Phone Numbers: 905-361-0523
Toll-Free: 1-866-896-8700
Fax: 905-595-1443
Email: ed@phan.ca
Website: www.phan.ca
Address:
Community Door Brampton
7700 Hurontario St, Suite 601
Brampton, ON
L6Y 4M3
Intersection: Hurontario St and Ray Lawson Blvd
Location: Brampton (Fletcher's Creek South)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Executives: Nilda Patey - Executive Director
905-361-0523 ext 215 * nildap@phan.ca
Public Contacts: Dawn Scarlett - HIV Support Programs Manager
905-361-0523 ext 214 * dawns@phan.ca
Yoshith Perera - 2SLGBTQ+ Programs Manager
905-361-0523 ext 218 * yoshithp@phan.ca
Service Description: PHAN is a community services organization dedicated to working together to improve the health and prosperity of communities in Peel

Programs offered to Peel residents:

  • Support and Engagement for People Living with HIV: support and care program through counselling, case coordination, and referrals to community services and healthcare providers
  • Employment ACTion: Provides employment options, preparation and assistance with job placement
  • Harm Reduction: A public health measure that aims to reduce adverse health and social consequences of behaviours that lead to a higher risk of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (such as unprotected sex and substance use) from a non-judgmental point of view
  • African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) Health Promotion: Builds capacity of agencies to provide services around HIV/AIDS to ACB communities and provides services to ACB individuals to increase their knowledge about HIV prevention and transmission
  • 2SLGBTQ+ Programming: Offers safe and positive spaces for diverse 2SLGBTQ+ communities in Peel, including trans and gender diverse folks, GBTQ+ men, and women
  • Women's Health Promotion: Offers education, outreach, support, and capacity-building activities in response to HIV/AIDS prevention among women; this program also addresses the systemic barriers that women face, especially street-involved women, sex workers, trans women, and women living with HIV

Fees: None
Eligibility / Target Population: Client services available for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, women, people who use drugs, 2SLGBTQ+ communities, and ACB communities; educational information is available for everyone
Languages: English * French
Language Notes: Interpretive services can be made available
Area Served:
Peel Region  
See Also: บา คา ร่า ใน กรุงเทพCounselling - Family, Couple, Individual
Employment Assistance
HIV / AIDS
Volunteer Referral Networks

This information was last completely updated on December 18, 2018

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