We're pleased to announce the release of the "Beyond Blue Door" research report. Community Alliance for Accessible Treatment (CAAT), in partnership with other service partners, this study builds on the work of the Blue Door Clinic. The report aims to understand and improve healthcare access for people living with HIV who have limited or no health insurance.

Notice of CAAT’s first Annual General Meeting (AGM) On behalf of CAAT- Community Alliance for Accessible Treatment, it is our pleasure to invite you to our first Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, September 12th, 2023, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the CASEY HOUSE, 119 Isabella Street, Toronto. Over the last 22 years CAAT as the Committee for […]

Join the Community Alliance for Accessible Treatment” (CAAT) as our Executive Director and lead our community-based organization in advancing access, equity, and social justice amongst racialized and marginalized communities living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS. We are at an exciting phase in our organizational history and are seeking a dynamic leader with manag

Beyond Blue Door: A research study to reduce knowledge and service gaps for people living with HIV (PLHIV) with precarious or no health insurance coverage. People living with HIV with precarious / no health care experience major barriers in accessing HIV care. This affects both people’s individual health as well as the overall public health response in curbing the H

In 2022, faced with changing needs and resources challenges impacting our communities in the midst of the pandemic, CAAT embarked on a process to redefine its strategic plan and operational model. To support this work, Alvenco Consulting was commissioned to conduct a community needs assessment to (1) Identify and prioritize the needs of racialized/newcomer communities