Project ACE

Women’s Substance Use Matters: An Equity Driven Table Dialogue

Women’s Substance Use Matters: An Equity Driven Table Dialogue “Women’s Substance Use Matters: An Equity Driven Table Dialogue”  taking place on March 21st, from 9 am to 1PM  Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) .   This event aims to convene and make space for dialogue and sharing on improving access and services for women experiencing substance use, providing a platform for […]

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PHASE 1C Recruitment

PHASE 1C Recruitment We are inviting interested individual community members to join a focus group, hosted online via Zoom, as part of our research study. Our initiative is dedicated to combating HIV and associated stigmas, such as homophobia, transphobia, and addiction stigma, particularly within racial minority communities in Ontario and Alberta. Entitled “Acceptance and Commitment

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Introducing Project ACE website: Empowering Communities Through Online Training to Reduce HIV Stigma

Introducing Project ACE Website: Empowering Communities Through Online Training to Reduce HIV Stigma We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website dedicated to the Acceptance and Commitment to Empowerment (ACE) Study. Project ACE is an innovative initiative aimed at reducing HIV and related stigma and promoting community resilience. The website serves as a comprehensive

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