ACCM envisions a society free from the stigma of HIV/AIDS. We are committed to building a community where all people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS receive the support they need. We are dedicated to empowering individuals to make informed decisions related to their health. ACCM is a volunteer-based community organization working to enhance the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS, to prevent HIV transmission, and to promote community awareness and action.   More About ACCM >


STIs and HIV are potential risks of unprotected sex, but by arming yourself with clear and correct info you can make informed decisions about your sex life. Here you will find a summary of the most common STIs and more details about HIV. It’s important to remember that HIV and STIs usually don’t show any symptoms until late in their progress, so the ONLY way to be sure of your status is to get tested at a clinic – see our link on Testing for more info.
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In 1987, ACCM was run by a group of volunteers and although we have grown since, we still very much depend on the work of our wonderful volunteers. Without their time and effort, it would have been impossible for us to develop the wide range of programs and services that we continue to run today. We are always looking for people to join us, so take a look at the volunteer opportunities we currently have and find out how you can get involved!
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We welcome you all to join us at our drop-in this Monday December 1st for snacks and beverages, as well as a film screening, before we make our way to Parc de l’Espoir for the World AIDS Day vigil.
To begin, we will have the first official ACCM screening of Moon Trail, a short film that ACCM produced this summer to promote STI testing amongst young gay men, which premiered this past Monday at the Image+Nation LGBT film festival. This will be followed by a screening of Stephen Fry’s documentary HIV and Me. Afterwards, we invite you to walk with us to the vigil and to join us afterwards for Portail VIH-Sida du Québec’s Sexposer mobile application launch across the street.
1pm- Film Screenings
4pm- Snacks and hot cider served
4:30pm- Walk to Parc de l’Espoir
5pm: Vigil
5:30: Sexposer launch (1335 Sainte-Catherine East)




ACCM Presents:
Generation PrEP- Are we ready?
A panel discussion on the coming reality of HIV prevention
32 Beaubien East @ Notre Dame Des Quilles
November 28th, 6-9pm
(see our Facebook event for details)












On World AIDS Day, the Portail VIH-Sida du Québec will launch the new version of the Sexposer app for smart phones and tablets and you are invited to the 5@7.
December 1st, 2014
5:30pm to 8pm
Salon Garçons Sculpteurs
1335 Ste-Catherine East







































The monthly variety show series, Les Nuits d’Émily, will be generously donating a portion of ticket sales for their December 1st performance to ACCM. The night is hosted by Émily Bégin, and her four guests, Renee Wilkin, Mathieu Provençal, Catherine Sénart and Patrice Michaud, will each sing their four favourite songs, accompanied by an orchestra of musicians directed by Denis Courchesne. Tickets are $30 (after taxes and service charges) and can be purchased directly from ACCM by calling 514-529-9462.
When: Monday, December 1st at 8pm to 11pm
Where: Cabaret le Lion d’Or, 1676 Ontario East











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