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APSS - What we do
Aids Programs South Saskatchewan (APSS) delivers HIV-related programs including Educational Services for the public, school curriculum at all levels including University level, outreach for community organizations and businesses, a needle exchange program, an HIV-positive client care program as well as a drop-in centre.
New initiatives include the "Voices of the People" program where solutions to social and HIV-related problems will be coming from intravenous drug users themselves in an effort to come up with new innovations in harm reduction. This is a very encouraging program which will also be extended to other communities being served by APSS including the LGBT community, youth, the incarcerated, New Canadians and the general public.
As well, APSS serves the larger community of Regina and Southern Saskatchewan in all HIV-related matters. APSS is a registered non-profit charity and is funded in part by the Regina Qu'Appelle Health District, Saskatchewan Health, United Way and the Government of Canada, as well as corporate sponsorships and donations. Our sponsors can be found here.
APSS was originally established in 1985 as a support agency for gay men in Regina and over the years has grown into a multi-program, multi-staff organization with the goal of reducing HIV/HCV infection and providing excellent care to individuals who are HIV+.
photo credit Michelle Brownridge
Current/Upcoming Events, Workshops, Activities in Regina:
- Adolescent Sexual Health Conference scheduled for Thursday, February 11, 2016 in Regina, SK. (For more information see: Saskatchewan Prevention Institute)
Current/Upcoming Events, Workshops, Activities outside Regina:
- Understanding the Effects of HIV on Cognitive and Mental Functioning
The “Positive Brain Health Now” research team of McGill University has developed a short questionnaire to better understand the effects of HIV on cognitive and mental functioning. It only takes 5-10 minutes to complete. For more information, contact the Positive Brain Health Now research team at email@example.com. or (514) 934-1934, ext. 32147. Or: http://goo.gl/LNNoJ2
LGBTQ People and Later/End-of-Life Care – Interviews with LGBTQ Older Adults & Service Providers
The purpose of the research is to explore how older LGBTQ people (age 60+) are positioned when it comes to questions of later and end-of-life care. How are they mobilizing care, and from what sources? What barriers are there to accessing desired care, and why do these exist? What strategies are individuals, families, and communities using to organize later and end-of-life care?
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