Acceptance and Commitment to Empowerment (ACE) Intervention:

Reducing HIV Stigma & Promoting Community Resilience through Capacity Building

HIV stigma is a priority issue that negatively affects people living with HIV (PLHIV) or vulnerable to HIV, especially in terms of accessing HIV and mental health care. The Acceptance and Commitment to Empowerment (ACE) intervention program consists of evidence-based trainings in reducing stigma at the individual and collective levels.

Are you an immigrant or a member of a racialized diasporic community experiencing or affected by HIV related stigma living in 6 local sites, over 18 years of age, and fluent in English?

If so, we invite you to take part in our study to share your knowledge, insights, and perspectives.

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