Addressing Mental Health Issues Related to HAND

REACH 2.0 is pleased to announce the successful funding of a research project that seeks to explore the perspectives of community-based service providers who deliver support and mental health services to people living with

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Video Directly Observed Therapy

Managing a treatment regimen can be difficult for people living with HIV, and even more so for children and teens. Several studies have shown less than 50% of children were fully adherent to their

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Projet MOBILISE is scaling up!

Photo: Philippe Du Berger

REACH 2.0 is happy to announce the successful funding for scale-up of the MOBILISE! Project, a community-based research project in Montreal that seeks to analyze and improve access to combination prevention strategies for MSM.

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Exciting New Ontario Indigenous Student Funding Opportunity

Indigenous peoples in Canada are disproportionately exposed to HIV and other sexually transmitted and bloodborne infections (STBBIs). There is an urgent need for programs and services that originate within Indigenous communities and that employ Indigenous ways of knowing and working with each other to help protect ourselves.

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Funding Opportunity

Funding Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research Program Name Catalyst Grant: HIV/AIDS Community-Based Research (2015).

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Stigma Index Grant Application

In October, REACH 2.0 submitted a grant application to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research entitled, The Canadian HIV Stigma Index CBR Project: Examining the social and structural drivers of stigma to shape the actionable solution(s) to support people living with HIV and their affected communities.

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