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February 4, 2016
RHAC is partnering with the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) to assess the feasibility for supervised injection services in London.

Check this link for more information:
December 15, 2015

Please see our updated Career section for new opportunities

here: http://www.hivaidsconnection.ca/career-opportunities

December 1, 2015

November 16, 2015

We are extending a personal invitation to you, to join us as we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of RHAC, our historic amalgamation with the John Gordon Home, and our community partnership with Camp Wendake - at a memorable Evening of the Red Scarf, to be held on Tuesday, November 24, 2015 from 5:30 – 9:00 PM at Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas Street, London, Ontario.  We would thoroughly appreciate your presence and support in this historic fundraising event for us.

Our wonderful celebration includes a catered reception, followed by the evening’s program whereby we will launch this year’s Red Scarf Project and host live music by singer/songwriter, Justin Hines, an inspiring Canadian musician described as a ‘missionary of hope’.  The evening will be hosted by Master of Ceremony Mandi Fields of Bell Media/CTV.  You won’t want to miss out on this event as tickets are selling quickly!

Tickets: $40, advance sales only through:

The purchase of 8 or more tickets will ensure your group a reserved section/row. There are limited seats available and tickets will sell out fast – so please order yours today!

Evening of the Red Scarf will be better with you, your friends, family, and colleagues; consider sharing this note and our poster with them.

November 24th might turn out to be a cold winter’s night, but we have planned an evening to warm your heart as we recognize, celebrate, and say thanks!

 

September 29, 2015

Red Scarf Project

We are looking to collect approximately 400 red scarves created by community members for AIDS Awareness Week, November 26-December 1.
 
On the morning of November 30 we will be creating a public awareness installation in downtown London using the scarves. Each scarf will include an information card that explains the significance of the red ribbon and the ongoing issues related to HIV/AIDS locally. People will be encouraged to take the scarves home with them and any remaining pieces will be gathered and given out to RHAC service users.
 
How you can get involved
For more information, contact Martin McIntosh at mmcintosh@hivaidsconnection.ca or by calling 519-434-1601 or toll free at 1-866-920-1601.
 
Scarves are to be knit or crocheted using red yarn to approximately 6 inches X 60 inches (15 cm X 150 cm). If you have the capacity to purchase your own yarn as a donation to this project, please do. If you cannot afford to purchase you own yarn, we will provide yarn. Just contact Natalie at the number stated above.
 
Please have scarves completed and dropped off to Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, 186 King Street in London, by November 20!

September 8, 2015

August 27, 2015

The accessibility button at the main door, (street level) to 186 King Street is temporarily unavailable.
Building Management is addressing this issue. If you require assistance please call 519 434-1601.

Thank you.

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