CTAC is Canada’s national, non-governmental organization led by and for people living with HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection, focusing on enabling access to treatment. In operation since 1996, CTAC has recently completed an organizational renewal process to ensure we meet our organizational goals to meaningfully engage community members, service providers, policymakers and other relevant stakeholders to identify, develop and implement policy and program solutions.
CTAC understands that treatment access should be considered in its’ holistic form, encompassing the range of treatment, care and support needs required to reach the most successful treatment experience possible for people living with HIV or those co-infected with viral hepatitis.
Treatment Access News
Dr. Robert Gallo, who co-discovered the cause of AIDS three decades ago and helped pave the way to blood testing for HIV, says a cure is unlikely, despite advances in drug treatments that have dramatically reduced the deaths from infection.
CTAC to host ancillary event on TasP and HIV/HCV integration at the Canadian Association for HIV/AIDS Research conference in St. John's on May 1st!read more
Join the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network for a provocative panel discussion on the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure as sexual assault.read more
The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network is seeking an external Consultant to undertake an evaluation process specific to the AHA Centre.read more
This booklet, created by sex workers for sex workers, to let you know what your rights are when you are negotiating with the system: be it court, prison, immigration or with youth protection.read more