African Partnership Against AIDS

Practical and emotional support and advocacy for persons living with HIV/AIDS including counselling and support groups for women, men and youth, vitamins and supplementary drugs, drop-in, clothing exchange, emergency child care, interpretation and translation, community kitchen * prevention, education and outreach -- culturally sensitive HIV/AIDS workshops, events and activities in various languages for individuals, community groups and service providers, including ProjectM for Muslim girls and women 14-29 years * literature in 8 languages

526 Richmond St E, 2nd Fl,
Toronto, ON M5A 1R3
Phone: 416-924-5256
info@apaa.ca

Ages Served: 14-29 years
Fees: Free
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm
Languages: English
Regions Served: Toronto
Type of Service: HIV/AIDS
Closed Identity-Specific Groups: African, Caribbean, Black (ACB), Toronto, Open to All Genders and Sexualities

Access

Physically Accessible to Wheelchairs and Mobility Devices: No
Accessible Washrooms: No
Gender-neutral Washrooms: Unsure
Scent-free / Low Scent: Low Scent
ASL: Unsure
Childcare: Unsure
Food: No food available
Transit Reimbursements: Unsure
Alcohol: No