To achieve this vision, we provide programs, services, education and support to people living with, affected by, and at risk of, HIV and AIDS in Guelph, Wellington County, Dufferin, Grey and Bruce Counties.
Join our live online chat service for people who are navigating their gender identity, trans experience, or those of a loved one who is trans, two spirit, gender non-conforming, or otherwise not cisgender.
PrEP is an HIV prevention strategy whereby individuals at risk for HIV take antiretroviral medication to reduce their risk of acquiring it. A number of studies have found oral PrEP to be highly effective, especially for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men.
PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis)
ARCH offers many services for everyone including Housing, Medication, Transportation, Nutritional Support, Financial Assistance, Advocacy and Case Management or an ear to provide active listening.
We host events all year round where everyone is welcome to participate in. Contact us today, to find out how we can help you and your needs.
Sharing of drug injection and drug inhalation equipment can result in the transmission of HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
The Harm Reduction and Outreach program provide services to individuals and groups through Community Outreach, the Stay Sharp Needle Exchange Program, Counselling, Practical Support and Education for Safer Sex and Safer Drug Use Information.
Harm Reduction Services
As a non-profit organization, HIV/AIDS Resources and Community Health rely on community support and funding to assist us in meeting our vision and program delivery. We are dependent on donations from individuals, corporations, foundations, community groups and proceeds from our fundraising events.
Your support of ARCH is the best way to make the biggest impact in preventing HIV/AIDS in our community. All donations made to HIV/AIDS Resources and Community Health that is over $20, is eligible to receive a charitable tax receipt. Charitable Registration # BN 10668 9821 RR0001.