Client Care Co-ordinator: Morag Hurn - Morag is in charge of the client care program at APSS for HIV-positive individuals. She was the original developer of this program and has tailored it to the specific needs of her clients. Describing this position as one of the most rewarding jobs that anyone could have, Morag is intensely dedicated to her clients and often goes above and beyond the call of duty in her patient care. Morag is an excellent resource for any HIV-related topics from testing, to home care, to health system resources that are available for HIV positive individuals. She is also a remedial massage therapist and has been an active volunteer in our community for many years.
Needle Exchange Coordinator: Lynette Flamont - Our needle exchange is run by knowledgeable
staff committed in providing harm reduction information, needs
to our local community, and those that comes from different
surrounding areas. We understand the importance and
desperate need for clean utilities to help prevent the spread of infectious disease within our communities, and we put all our efforts into raising awareness and promoting safe injection practices.
LGBTQ Co-ordinator - Bernard Mathieson - Bernie comes with a background in healthcare and is a valuable asset to APSS. He is passionate in creating health education and
communications materials that address LGBT health issues. He has been a part of the LGBTQ community for the last 32 years in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Bernie is working with the LGBTQ community and partners.
Education Co-ordinator - Adrienne Conley
Program Co-ordinator Sophie Pitman- Sophie is responsible for continuing our work through various programs and awareness campaigns.Sophie also makes sure that up-to- date information on harm reduction and local services and resources are readily available. Having worked with non-profit agencies she brings a depth of experience.
Office Administrator - Shiny Mary Varghese
Executive Director Stephanie Milla - Stephanie brings a wealth of experience, skills, knowledge and expertise from other non-profir organizations to the role and will no doubt be an asset in fulfilling the mission and vision of APSS. She will
be able to guide our efforts to meet the challenges and
opportunities in improving the lives of individuals living
with HIV. Our efforts in harm reduction, education and our
community-centered approach seeks to engage individuals in
making a healthier lifestyle choice.
"I'm grateful to our sponsors, supporters and volunteers whose
engagement is vital to make our work possible." - Stephanie Milla
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AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan
We provide HIV/AIDS/HEP-C related
education, prevention, and support services
for the people of Regina and Southern Saskatchewan.
Contact AIDS Programs:
1325 Albert Street, Regina, SK, S4R 2R6
P: (306) 924-8420
Fax: (306) 525-0904
Toll Free: 1-877-210-7623 (all calls confidential)
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