This toolkit outlines information about HIV disclosure including privacy legislation, policies and guidelines for handling personal health information and the importance of these in building positive relationships with women living with HIV.
Publication date: 2018
Resource Type: Booklet
This CATIE booklet for people living with HIV explores common emotional health concerns—such as stress, anxiety, depression and addictions. It offers practical advice on how to achieve and sustain a healthy mind in a healthy body. Revised 2018.
The Essential Tools for Support and Stability Worker Resource Kit provides a brief introduction to some basic practices to build awareness, navigate emotional triggers and get debriefing support for the impact of their work on them. It has an overall visual design, a...
This toolkit is part of a series created to assist community organizations and their staff to work with women in Ontario who are living with HIV and AIDS or who are facing systemic risk factors for HIV transmission.
This booklet on Internalized Homophobia was created by an Intern student working with our Black, African and Caribbean Community Outreach (BACCO) program. The booklet was created for outreach to LGBQ communities, including African-Caribbean and Black (ACB)...
This guide examines the challenges and barriers that many trans women living with HIV, in Ontario, face when accessing services. WHAI hope to offer support for creating safe, welcoming and inclusive space for all women.
“Talking about Depression, Anxiety and HIV/AIDS” examines two specific mental health issues, depression and anxiety, in the context of HIV/AIDS. It provides general information about depression and anxiety, and how these mental health issues interact with...