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Welcome to our Knowledge and Resources section. Here we have gathered various resources including videos, documents, website links and other materials. You can search by topic, population, and/or type of resource, by using the drop down menus below, and then clicking “filter”.

We have highlighted what we consider to be “fundamental resources” for the topics and populations – these are selected with a coloured bar. If you want to understand the basics for particular areas, we suggest starting with these.

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Fundamental Resources

AIDS Bureau, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care

The AIDS Bureau provides specific information and resources on the situation in Ontario for human service providers.

Ontario’s co-ordinated response to HIV/AIDS includes policy development and program delivery. The province spends approximately $55 million a year on HIV/AIDS-related initiatives. This does not include physician billings to OHIP or HIV/AIDS drugs.

The Ontario government provides funding for more than 90 programs and services across the province to deliver HIV/AIDS prevention, education and support programs for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, and those most at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS in Ontario.

Hep C Information

Welcome to CATIE’s new plain-language website containing up-to-date information on hepatitis C. We hope it will help you find answers to all your questions about Hep C.

Just found out that you have Hep C? Visit our Newly Diagnosed section as a first step in understanding more about your diagnosis and deciding what you can do to stay healthy.

Are you a service provider or health professional, or just want more information on a topic? You can flip to an in-depth version on any page with one simple click of your mouse.

Check out these sections:

  • What is Hep C?
  • Getting Tested
  • Treatment
  • Staying Safe
  • Living with Hep C
  • HIV & Hep C

Toolkit Resources: CATIE has also produced a comprehensive toolkit of print resources for different audiences available in different formats. You can either view and download them as online PDFs, or you can order free hard copies through CATIE’s online Ordering Centre.

HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic of Ontario

HALCOHIV & AIDS Legal Clinic (Ontario)
is a charitable not-for-profit community-based legal clinic which provides free legal assistance to people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS in Ontario, Canada.

Directives sur le dépistage du VIH et la consultation

Les présentes directives sur la détection des anticorps et la consultation relative au VIH sont destinées aux organismes et aux personnes qui offrent tous les types de test de dépistage du VIH en Ontario : anonyme, non nominal et nominal. Elles ont été élaborées afin d’améliorer la qualité et la cohérence des consultations préalables et consécutives au dépistage du VIH.

Ontario HIV Testing Guidelines

These guidelines for HIV counselling and antibody testing are intended for use by organizations and individuals providing all types of HIV testing in Ontario: anonymous, non-nominal and nominal. They were developed to improve the quality and consistency of HIV pre- and post-test counselling.

Injection Drug Use and HIV/AIDS in Canada: The Facts

This info sheet reviews what is known about HIV/AIDS and injection drug use in Canada.

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2005

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