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Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy Ottawa

Provides support & services to Aboriginal persons living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario.

Record #: OCR3040 Last Full Update: 01 May 2017
Description and Services
Description (Service) Provides information, education, services and support to both Urban and Rural (off reserve) Aboriginal Peoples * in particular individuals who are infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS), at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS, and those who are affected by this disease: families, partners and caregivers * all services are free, confidential, client centered and culturally based
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm * some evening and weekends
Areas Served Ottawa (City of)
Eligibility Aboriginal Peoples at risk, infected or affected with HIV/AIDS who live off reserve (both Urban and Rural) * also Provincial and Federal Prisons (aboriginal people only)
Application Call, e-mail or visit website for more information.
Languages English ; French ; Inuktitut
Fees None
Service Categories AIDS/HIV Prevention Counselling ~ First Nations Communities
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-237-3363
Fax 613-748-9364
Primary Contact Julie Paradis, Regional Outreach/Support Services
Alternate Contact Julia Kimmaliardjuk, Regional Outreach/Support Services; Phone: 1-800-743-8851; Email:
Primary Executive Tony Nobis, Executive Director, Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy; Phone: 1-800-743-8851; Email:
Alternate Executive Shelly Vanderhoef, Program Manager, Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy; Phone: 1-800-743-8851
Alternate Name OAHAS
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Ottawa
Address & Map
Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health
299 Montreal Rd
Ottawa, ON K1L 6B8
View Google Map
Intersection Vanier Pkwy and Montreal Rd
Bus Route Notes OC Transpo OC Travel Planner or Route Timetable
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Free occasional parking on the street
Other Details
Funding Provincial
Resources Website