In the Resource Guide, we provide detailed information and
page links to specific crystal meth friendly programmes and
services among community organizations in Toronto. In this
section, we offer a more complete list of general community
health and wellness resources. Many of these agencies offer
other services and information that you may want to access
We’ve also expanded the list to include AIDS service
organizations (ASOs) because many guys dealing with issues
related to crystal meth may also be dealing with being poz.
We include agencies that offer HIV/AIDS information and resources
to diverse racial, cultural and ethnic communities. The descriptor
line for each organization highlights some of the services
All of the agencies listed are based in downtown Toronto.
Most of these links will take you directly to the respective
home page and you can explore from there. The opinions expressed
do not necessarily reflect our own.
of Toronto (ACT)
Support (counselling, groups, practical assistance, employment),
Education (groups, seminars, forums) Outreach, Advocacy.
in Partnership against AIDS (APAA)
Support (counselling, groups), Assistance (financial,
for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP)
Support (groups), Education (workshops), Health promotion,
Community AIDS Services (ACAS)
Support (counselling), Education (workshops). Outreach.
Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black C.A.P.)
Support (counselling, immigration), Assistance (financial,
referrals), Education (workshops).
AIDS Treatment Exchange (CATIE)
Education (comprehensive treatment information)
for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Treatment, Community services, Education, Research.
Services Association (FSA)
Education, Counselling (David Kelley Services, new immigrants,
Sexual health services. Medical (testing), Education,
Support (counselling, group), Medical, Health promotion,
Wellness, Education (workshops).
Education, Support, Porgramming, Clinical services.
People with AIDS Foundation (PWA)
Services (food, therapies, recreational, harm reduction),
Support (financial, employment)
People of the First Nations
Support (counseling, referrals, practical assistance),
Education (workshops), Research.
519 Community Centre
Support (counselling, groups, anti-violence, legal, social),
Works (needle exchange)
Harm reduction services and supplies for drug users (testing,
TIP: If you are looking for additional services or services
outside the downtown core, you may want to refer to ‘The
Living Guide,’ a comprehensive online guide to hundreds
of services offered throughout Toronto. While the listings
are HIV/AIDS oriented, many are not limited to that issue.