We are a community-based organization made up of dedicated and caring staff and volunteers committed to providing support, education and advocacy in a safe and confidential environment to all who are affected by HIV and AIDS.
A community that accepts and supports those affected by HIV.
We provide innovative and proactive approaches to education, a harm-reduction model of prevention and a person-centered focus on support strategies for those affected by HIV.
In 1987, we started the AIDS Committee of Niagara. We were an advisory committee to the Niagara Regional Public Health Service’s AIDS Program. We evolved from a committee to a not-for-profit, community-based AIDS service organization (ASO).
In 1990, we incorporated and today, as AIDS Niagara, we are a registered not-for-profit. We are proud of our evolution and our long history of serving the Niagara Region. Over the years, we have been guided by our vision, mission and beliefs.
A copy of our Strategic Plan: Transformation 2011-2015 can be found here.
The Executive Director’s Update on the Strategic Plan can be found here.