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Programs
Programs

CAAT Provides a variety of outreach, health promotion, training and community
capacity building initiatives that aims to actively engage our diverse community
members and stakeholders in activities to improve the health, participation and
leadership of people living with HIV/AIDS.

About Us
About Us

The Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment (CAAT) is committed to promoting
the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV who are facing access barriers
related to their status using the tools of education, training, research, service
coordination and advocacy.

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Misson & Values

The Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment (CAAT) is committed to promoting the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV who are facing access barriers related to their status using the tools of education, training, research, service coordination and advocacy. Read our full Mission Statement »

  • Education & Outreach
  • Community Development
  • Service & Volunteer Coordination
  • Research & Evidence-Based Advocacy

Our vision is a healthy urban community in which all individuals living with HIV/AIDS have the information and tools they need to access health, social and legal services that are welcoming, inclusive, and respectful regardless of their immigration status.

The Committee For Accessible AIDS Treatment

Improving Access, Building Community Capacity and Promoting PHA Leadership.

 

Programs & Resources

Outreach, health promotion, training, research publications and more.

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Our History

CAAT has been pursuing its mission since its foundation in 1999.

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Members & Partners

The CAAT is a coalition of more than 30 Ontario-based organizations.

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