The Red Road HIV/AIDS Network (RRHAN) is a provincial based Aboriginal Organization. Red Road's 125 plus membership capacity is comprised of Aboriginal AIDS Service Organizations (ASO), non-Aboriginal AIDS Service Organizations who have Aboriginal programs, Aboriginal Persons living with HIV/AIDS (APHA), and Aboriginal community-based organizations who have HIV/AIDS programs, located in urban & rural British Columbia.
Pathways to Wholeness Workshop - Sept 19-20, 2016
Red Road HIV/AIDS Network and Victoria Native Friendship Centre invite you to attend:
Pathways to Wholeness Workshop - Sept 19-20, 2016
Location: Victoria Native Friendship Centre
231 Regina Ave, Victoria, BC
9am - 4pm
The Gathering will contribute to the holistic development and wellness of First Nations individuals, families and communities by providing tools and resources for healingSept. 19th | Sept. 20th
Scholarship Application: Click here
Note: Applicants must be residents of Vancouver Island
If you have any questions, please contact Red Road at 1-855-340-3388 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAAN Survey – Sharing Our Wisdom
The Project Background: Our project is intended to learn more about how Indigenous Trans/ Gender Diverse people who are living with or affected by HIV/HCV and co-infection are impacted and what this means in terms of providing appropriate supports and services. We also want to identify important features and provide communities with Indigenous-specific recommended solutions towards the development of programmatic intervention models that address and support the Trans/ Gender Diverse community living with or affected by HIV/HCV and co-infection. Incorporating the principles of GIPA (Greater Involvement of People with HIV and AIDS) and “nothing about us, without us”. The project has two main outputs. First, developing a nation-wide working committee of Indigenous Trans/Gender Diverse people to provide input regarding key issues impacting them well into the future and a report moving forward previous recommendations and newly identified priorities through both a regional and national lens. Integrated in this work is a holistic Indigenous worldview, which engages the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of a person. As we work at both regional and national levels, it is with the intention of sharing our gained wisdom with Indigenous world communities for the purpose of learning from one another, strengthening each other on our journeys and creating “safe, nurturing and supportive environments” that will address the unique needs of this population. You are invited to participate by completing this on-line survey.
What will happen in the on-line survey? You will be asked a series of questions designed to describe informal and/or formal programs, services and supports that you know about for Trans/ Gender Diverse people living with HIV/HCV or co-infection You will also be asked to provide basic information about yourself so we can describe who participated in our survey but all of the information will remain anonymous. You can quit the survey at any time if you do not want to complete it. If you do so, the information from your incomplete survey will be removed. If you choose to end the survey before it is fully completed, the data will not be uploaded. However, once you have submitted the survey, you will not be able to withdraw your data. You will have an option at the end of the survey to participate in a draw for $50.00. Any contact information you provide for the purpose of the draw will be separated from the rest of your answers and will not be included in the analysis of the on-line survey. It will be removed from the survey software and stored separately. Only the person selected by the draw will be contacted. Otherwise, we will not use the information for any further contact regarding this study. You can still enter the draw if you decide to withdraw part way through the survey.
What will happen to the information I provide? The information you provide will be used to contribute to a report about the informal and formal programs, services and supports for Indigenous Trans/ Gender Diverse people in Canada. The data will be stored in a locked filing cabinet or on a password-protected computer and will be destroyed in 5 years.
If you have any questions about this project, you can contact me by email or by phoning collect: Arthur “Dave” Miller CAAN Sharing Our Wisdom Project Coordinator (902) 433-0900 ext 226 email@example.com
Announcement Holistic Health Awareness Program for Indigenous WomenRed Road HIV/AIDS Network and Positive Women’s Network are pleased to announce that they are partnered to create a 2-year pilot project that will address the need for Indigenous women’s HIV and hepatitis C prevention and support programming in Vancouver.
Click here for more information.
Hope Air: Free Airfare to Low-Income CanadiansHope Air recently received some funding earmarked specifically for providing free airfare to people living with HIV/AIDS who need to travel long distance to specialists.
Visit www.hopeair.ca or call us at 1.877.346.4673. You can request a free flight online and check eligibility criteria at www.hopeair.ca/FAQ.
Our Membership Provides
Support Programs in Education, Treatment & Care, Peer Counseling, Advocacy, and Workshops on HIV/AIDS & Hepatitis C.
The Red Road Provides
Quarterly Skills Building for RRHAN Membership, Frontline Workers, Facilitators, Caregivers, Health Care Workers, and Educators.
Presentations focused on Emerging issues, Residential School issues, Harm Reduction, Nutrition, Traditional Medicines, Integrated Health Care, and Wholistic Healing.
Resource Material including Aboriginal Strategy for HIV/AIDS (Pathways To Wholeness), Pathways To Wholeness Implementation Guide, HIV/AIDS Education Manual, Membership Directory, Evaluation Report, Funding Manual, and Communicating About HIV/AIDS.