Group Name: Africans in Partnership Against Aids – Counseling Services

Description: The vision of Africans in Partnership Against Aids (APAA) is to create a stable organization and community response to the impact of HIV/AIDS through capacity development, partnership, growth and community development and involvement. We value:

  • Respect for diverse cultural traditions and service needs
  • We view HIV/AIDS as more than a medical condition and acknowledge and respond to its social and economic impacts
  • We value on client centered services where confidential, responsive, caring, respectful and non-judgmental services are delivered
  • Promoting an active role of clients and communities in planning and implementing their services
  • We value informed choices on our care and prevention efforts
  • Programs are inclusive of the African Diaspora and its diversity
  • Accountability, responsibility, and obligation to the people we serve
  • Respects the rights of all people of different sexual orientation

APAA offers confidential counseling to men, women including youth living with or affected by HIV/AIDS on HIV/AIDS and related issues such as psycho-social, treatment, nutrition, positive living, Sexual and reproductive health, crisis counseling, couple counseling, discordant counseling group counseling, pre-and post- HIV- test counseling in culturally and linguistically appropriate ways. Some of the major African languages used include: Amharic, Arabic, Tigrinya, Swahili, French, Somalia, Jula and Dogon, Ga, Hausa, Lingala, Twi, Xhosa, Yoruba, kiruwanda, etc.

Where: 526 Richmond St. East, 2nd Floor | Toronto, Ontario M5A 1R3

Contact: 416-924-5256 Exts. 303 or 304 | info@apaa.ca | www.apaa.ca

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