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Our new guide provides

vital information for

people living with

HIV and Diabetes.

Read it here

Learn more about the patient input

process with CTAC’s new guide

for anyone who would like to take

part in, or organize, patient input.

Read it here
CTAC’s 2018/19 Annual Report

 

is now available.

Read it here
This new paper examines barriers to care for people living with HIV and/or hepatitis C, and diabetes, and gives recommendations to improve treatment access.
Read it here

Our new paper identifies policy issues

that impact treatment access for people

living with HIV, and opportunities

to make the healthcare system more

accessible.

Read it here

Welcome to 

CANADIAN TREATMENT ACTION COUNCIL


CTAC was founded in 1996 by people living with HIV who were determined to improve access to rapidly developing HIV treatments – many people were dying and access to the right medical treatment was often the difference between life and death.

 

The small advocacy organization soon grew into a national body with representation across Canada, as people living with HIV came together to fight for better treatment access for all people living with HIV.

 

What we do


We improve access to treatment for people living with HIV and hepatitis C.

 

We do this through policy research – identifying and addressing policy barriers in order to enable people to live long, healthy, and happy lives.

 

Our work empowers patients and healthcare providers – for example by ensuring patients get access to new and better medicines.

 

Keeping you healthy

Taking good care of your oral hygiene is crucial at any age, especially if you visit your dentist less often than at least once every year. This is why, having such an extensive range of dental services as we do, enables us to provide the best kind of help for all of our clients! Read more

Restoring your health

Taking care of restoring teeth in bad condition is what we specialize in. It may include laser restoration and Invisalign service. Also we deal with fixing any types of issues when you’ve chipped, broken or lost your teeth or damaged your gums in any way. Read more

Helping Your Health

Teeth cleanings, Fluoride and Sealant are just a few of our advanced diagnostics and preventative dentistry services! Sometimes it involves Dental Filling and Bonding, which are quite simple dental procedures. Usually, they do not require numbing or any kind of anesthesia applied. Read more

Contact Us


PO Box 47088 Dundas Sq PO
Toronto, ON
M5B 0A1

437-222-2822
info@ctac.ca

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"To understand how we got here, you have to go back — to the trauma of colonization, to stigma, and to the history of a crisis many say we should have seen coming." #HIV https://t.co/26mbPml58y

Steve's motivation to partner with us on a prison needle & syringe program lawsuit is from personal experience. He was incarcerated in federal prison, where he was infected with hepatitis C when a fellow prisoner used his injection equipment without his knowledge. #prisonhealth

This week has marked Aboriginal AIDS Week 2019 - check out the organizers @CAAN_says for information and resources about this vital work, and this piece about the inspiring advocate Doris Peltier #AAAW19 https://t.co/R2ndxMvJLi

MT @CIHR_CTN: HIV programs may not always fit with specific community needs. #CTN301 DRUM & SASH is using community-based research methods to develop specialized HIV care programs for First Nations & Métis. More info: https://t.co/zw36XoArOm

#AAAW2019

‘It’s not a death sentence anymore’: Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week aims to educate via @APTN @bhobs22 #IndigenousHIV #AAAW2019 #endHIVstigma #UequalsU https://t.co/qs5Hb4TdWo

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