AIDS Saskatoon is a community-based, harm reduction organization which provides support, education, advocacy and outreach services for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.
We are committed to a holistic, collaborative and inclusive approach in the work that we do with individuals, organizations, and communities.
About AIDS Saskatoon
With a mandate to provide services to central and northern Saskatchewan, AIDS Saskatoon has been addressing the local challenge of HIV/AIDS since 1986. We have been at the forefront of the AIDS crisis in Saskatchewan-- providing services for, and advocating on behalf of, those often ignored by other social service agencies.
AIDS Saskatoon provides support for persons living with HIV and HCV, their families, friends and loved ones. The 601 Outreach Centre offers social opportunities and a variety of basic needs services. We offer one to one support, as well as advocacy and referrals. Our education programs provide information and training to people from all walks of life, and a toll-free number to provides information about HIV to those who cannot directly access our agency.
Saskatchewan is a culturally, racially and socially diverse province: respect and sensitivity to these issues plays a pivotal role in our response to HIV/AIDS.