Hello ACCM members and community,
As we move forward, we are adapting and keeping up to date with the advice from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, and partners in our health services community.
Here is a breakdown of our adapted services:
Groups and activities
We are holding a wide variety of online groups and activities. These activities range from casual drop-in format to structured activities such as discussion groups, art activities and games. A portion of these activities can also be accessed by phoning in. All information for participation is shared in our newsletter, so make sure to sign-up!
You can find our weekly schedule in our newsletter and on our website. If you have any questions, contact Natalia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scheduled one on one support is phone based. Reach out to us by phone, we are here for you for a chat.
- Please call 514-527-0928 ext 100 and leave a message for support. Your call will be returned within 24 hours.
- Our Support Services Team is also reachable at their regular emails.
Harm reduction based support
ACCM will provide access to safer sex or drug use materials through appointment by calling 514-527-0928 ext 100 or email email@example.com
Let’s remember that this is not the first time we have faced a pandemic. We encourage you all to treat one another with empathy, kindness and understanding. As people living with or loving people living with HIV, let us move forward with decisions and actions based in well researched information and not with hysteria, stigma and discrimination.
Thank you in advance for your understanding. We will continue to always be here for you; we are a phone call or email away.
We will update our ACCM community as more information is learned and we will be modifying operations as we go along. Please don’t hesitate to call or email if you have any questions or concerns.
Phone 514-527-0928 ext 100 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
What can I do now to help prevent the spread of respiratory infections?·
- Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly for 20 seconds (sing happy birthday twice), especially after using tissue and before handling food
- Avoid touching your face. Sneeze into your sleeves or tissue and throwing away used tissues right away after using
- Keep at least a 1 month supply of your medications, just in case!
- People living with HIV should always try to have at least a one month extra supply of medications.
- If you don’t have an extra 1 month supply:
- Check to make sure your prescription still allows refills, and if not, contact your doctor and let them know;
- If your prescription allows for refills, go to your pharmacy and tell them you want an extra 1 month supply of your medications;
- If your pharmacy cannot give you an extra 1 month supply, seek out the support team who can assist you with seeking a compassionate pharmacy who may be able to assist.
- If you have questions about Covid 19, check with Quebec Public Health for updated information:https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/health-issues/a-z/2019-coronavirus/
- If you are concerned about COVID‑19, you can call toll-free 1 877 644‑4545.