Core Purposes

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CAAT’s Mission

CAAT–Community Alliance for Accessible Treatment is a coalition of affected individuals and organizations from the legal, health, settlement, social service, and HIV/ AIDS sectors committed to promoting the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV (PHAs) who are facing access barriers related to their precarious status in Canada.
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Our Vision

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.
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Our Guiding Principles

The highest value is put on the voices and leadership of people living with HIV/AIDS in our work, and the view that health is holistic and inclusive of the physical, emotional, sexual, and spiritual aspects of life.

Our Programs

HIV & Immigration Service Access Training Program

Designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of service providers and Immigrant, Refugee and Non status people living with HIV throughout the province of Ontario.

Legacy Project

The Legacy Project implemented a multi-faceted approach centered on group mentoring and capacity enhancement activities to strategically address the social determinants affecting access.

Ethnoracial Treatment Support Network (ETSN)

The ETSN training program was specifically developed to support newcomer PHAs in many skill areas including treatment literacy, health promotion, service navigation and peer counselling and support.

Our Journal

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Annual Reports
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