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Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention

Contact Information
Office Phone 416-599-2727
Fax 416-599-6011
E-Mail info@asaap.ca
Website www.asaap.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/asaaptoronto
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/ASAAP
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/ASAAPTV
Primary Contact Ramjani Venkataramani, Program Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: 416-599-2727 ext 221; Email: ed@asaap.ca
Agency Information
Description (Agency) Registered charity
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) COVID19 -- Office closed to walk-in service, support available by telephone or virtually, call or email for information

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Health promotion workshops, including customized workshops on HIV/AIDS prevention, anti-homophobia
  • support for individuals living with HIV, including peer counselling, information and referral, form filling, support groups
  • support for LGBTQ community
  • community development
  • printed materials and resources in Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Nepali, Punjabi, Tamil, Urdu

SAFE Program, safe@asaap.ca -- for anyone dating or meeting someone for the first time, experiencing an unsafe encounter including harassment, attending a social space alone (such as club or bath house), in an unsafe relationship or environment, meeting a client, or experiencing any form of violence
  • individual emails program prior to event or activity, and again when they arrive home, within 24 hours from the same email address, visit website for full description
Hours COVID19 - Office closed to walk-in service until further notice * telephone and virtual service available -- Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm
Areas Served Durham Region ; Halton Region ; Peel Region ; Toronto ; York Region
Boundaries Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility South Asian youth and adults living with, affected by, or at risk of HIV/AIDS * also culturally related communities

Residency Requirements: Greater Toronto Area
Application Call, email, drop in or visit website
Languages Bengali; English; Hindi; Nepali; Other - Interpreters may be arranged for other South Asian languages; Tamil; Urdu
Fees Membership fee -- $10 per year
Site Information
Located In Community Toronto Downtown Central
Address & Map
120 Carlton St
Suite 315
Toronto, ON
Canada M5A 4K3
 
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Intersection Jarvis St and Carlton St
Physical Access Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator ; Elevator with braille and voice/tone features - lowered buttons ; Wheelchair accessible washroom, assistance needed with door ; Street parking
Categories and Classification
Service Categories AIDS/HIV Prevention Counselling ~ South Asian Community ; Certificates/Forms Assistance ~ AIDS/HIV ; Health/Disability Related Counselling ~ AIDS/HIV ; Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ AIDS/HIV ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ South Asian Community ; Wellness Programs ~ AIDS/HIV

Agency Overview


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