REPORT: This report is designed for practitioners working with young people living with and affected by HIV in Ontario. It offers recommendations for best practices at the individual, interpersonal, organizational, and community levels.
FACTSHEET: Programs can adopt a range of evidence-informed practices to support young people living with and affected by HIV. This factsheet provides best practice recommendations. Although each of the eight recommendations is critical in and of itself, the inclusion of multiple recommendations will strengthen programs, services, and holistic approaches to supporting young people.
VIDEO: What are the barriers to accessing supports for young people living with and affected by HIV? This webinar conversation featured frontline practitioners and young people discussing barriers and opportunities for youth living with and affected by HIV, and how youth workers can promote evidence-informed best practices for effectively supporting these youth.
TOOLKIT: This guide provides information about different laws that may apply to young people living with HIV or Hep C. People living with HIV or Hep C will almost always benefit from getting more information about their individual circumstances. The resources at the end of this guide can help.
What we're thinking
February 20, 2019
To mark Black History Month 2019, we sat down with Mehari Hagos to talk about MH100’s vision for Black youth in Ontario.
January 30, 2019