We offer programs and resources to women living with HIV and related health issues like hepatitis C, as well as to health care and social service providers. We are trans-inclusive and child-friendly. We support communities to provide a full spectrum of non-judgmental care to women and their families. Women living with HIV in BC can access our programs free of charge.
The focus of the intervention program is to respect each person’s decisions about their health and advocacy needs. Women determine their own level of participation, but may choose from numerous options:
We also provide education and prevention programs and resources that are used in BC and across Canada.
The central issues that we consistently see a need to focus on include the following:
We offer free workshops to students, service providers, and community groups. Need to brush up on your HIV basics? Learn how to work with women living with HIV? Figure out how the criminal law on HIV non-disclosure affects your work? Please contact us to arrange a workshop tailored to your site.
We hold an annual SpringBoard conference for women and health and social services communities to keep up with developments in the fields of HIV and hepatitis C.
We send out ongoing resources and insights through social media. We’re on Twitter and Facebook. Our specialized prevention and sex education program for older women, You Should Know, also has its own social media presence on Twitter and Facebook.