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WHAT WE DO

SOME OF OUR PROGRAMS

We offer holistic services, activities and support to East and Southeast Asians living with HIV, their partners and caregivers.

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Our peer-led Youth Program helps build skills, offers support, resources and opportunities to queer and questioning youth.

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Our Men’s Program (SLAM) offers social and educational outreach and support for queer, gay men who have sex with men.

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  • Learn Taiko Drumming with Raging Asian Women!

    April 21 / 8:00 am - May 26 / 5:00 pm

    Sound in the Spring with a hearty beat! If you’ve ever wanted to learn Taiko Drumming, now’s your chance. Our partnership with RAW Taiko Drumming allows up to ten QTAY (18-29 years old, must be queer and/or trans as well as Asian but otherwise open to all genders/sexualities) to attend...

FROM OUR CLIENTS

“Kasi ditto pwedo ako maging sarili ko.”
“Because here, I can be the real me.”

–ACAS Client

Job posting Project Coordinator

April 13th, 2022|

INTERNAL JOB POSTING For members, volunteers, service users, and current employees Project Coordinator Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 (11:59 p.m.) Part-time (21 hrs/week) Starting Date: As soon as possible ACAS is seeking a passionate person to implement the Asian Migrant Farms Workers’ (AMFWs) HIV Outreach Project. The Coordinator will work in partnership with MFW HIV Alliance members consisting of Positive Living Niagara and Latinos Positivos of Toronto. Responsibilities • Recruit, train and support 2 peer champions per year • Organize outreach plan and activities • Design and conduct educational workshops that are appropriate for AMFWs as audience • Assist AMFWs on service navigation and refer to appropriate health services • Coordinate testing service and transportation with local and ethnic-specific volunteers, sexual health clinics, AIDS service organizations, and project partners • Plan with Alliance members to organize an annual health fair, and a community forum • Maintain project statistics and prepare written progress reports • Manage project budget Qualifications • Speak, read, and write Thai fluently • Basic knowledge of HIV and STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) • Basic skills in workshop facilitation, and training design • Demonstrated some experience in HIV/STIs outreach • Thorough understanding of ACAS mission, AIDS stigma and discrimination, LGBTQ+ issues, healthy sexuality, and harm reduction principles and practices • Demonstrated commitment to anti-homophobia, anti-oppression, and [...]

FROM OUR CLIENTS

“Kasi ditto pwedo ako maging sarili ko.”
“Because here, I can be the real me.”

–ACAS Client

Job posting Project Coordinator

April 13th, 2022|

INTERNAL JOB POSTING For members, volunteers, service users, and current employees Project Coordinator Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 (11:59 p.m.) Part-time (21 hrs/week) Starting Date: As soon as possible ACAS is seeking a passionate person to implement the Asian Migrant Farms Workers’ (AMFWs) HIV Outreach Project. The Coordinator will work in partnership with MFW HIV Alliance members consisting of Positive Living Niagara and Latinos Positivos of Toronto. Responsibilities • Recruit, train and support 2 peer champions per year • Organize outreach plan and activities • Design and conduct educational workshops that are appropriate for AMFWs as audience • Assist AMFWs on service navigation and refer to appropriate health services • Coordinate testing service and transportation with local and ethnic-specific volunteers, sexual health clinics, AIDS service organizations, and project partners • Plan with Alliance members to organize an annual health fair, and a community forum • Maintain project statistics and prepare written progress reports • Manage project budget Qualifications • Speak, read, and write Thai fluently • Basic knowledge of HIV and STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) • Basic skills in workshop facilitation, and training design • Demonstrated some experience in HIV/STIs outreach • Thorough understanding of ACAS mission, AIDS stigma and discrimination, LGBTQ+ issues, healthy sexuality, and harm reduction principles and practices • Demonstrated commitment to anti-homophobia, anti-oppression, and healthy sexuality principles • Excellent interpersonal, and communication skills • Ability to work as part of a team and independently • Ability to work in the evenings and weekends that require travel outside of [...]

OUR OFFICE

260 Spadina Ave, Suite 410
Toronto Ontario, M5T 2E4, Canada

Phone: (416) 963-4300
E-mail: info@acas.org

Hours: M to F 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM

Please note that ACAS is located in a building that is not accessible to wheelchairs. We kindly request those who have accessibility concerns and wish to access services from ACAS to contact the office directly by phone or email to arrange for appointments outside the office.

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