Congratulations to Our 12 Days of Christmas Winners
Day 1 - Winner Carol Smith, ticket pulled by Dianne Gaudet at We Care.
Day 2 - Winner Roger Maddix, ticket pulled by Crystal at Digital Printing.
Day 3 - Winner Rita Blanchard, ticket pulled by Jim Foster at PEI Pickers.
Day 4 - Winner Ronnie Court, ticket pulled by Shalene Roach at Public Health Dental Clinic.
Day 5 -Winner Stacey MacKinnon, ticket pulled by Michelle Jay at PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women.
Day 6 - Winner Martha StPierre, ticket pulled by Meagan Rockman at Royal Canadian Legion PEI Command Office.
Day 7 - Winner Teresa Doyle, ticket pulled by Allan Clark at Sea Breeze Consulting.
Day 8 - Winner Pat Sherk, ticket pulled by Hazel Walsh at Labour Relations Office.
Day 9 - Winner Carol Burke, ticket pulled by Hazel Walsh at Labour Relations.
Day 10 - Winner Dot Blanchard, ticket pulled by Joy Young at Critters Pet Shop.
Day 11 - Winner Clodagh Peverley, ticket pulled by Samara Weeks at Community Museums Association.
Day 12 - Winner Cynthia Hickox, ticket pulled by Bonnie Robertson at Public Health Nursing Office.
AIDS PEI Community Support Group is a provincial organization that works to promote and support the health and well-being of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C. Working from a broad sexual health and harm reduction framework, we strive to reduce the spread of HIV, Hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted and blood borne infections across Prince Edward Island through community support, prevention, and education initiatives. We are an LGBTTIQQ2S+ inclusive organization.
If you are living with or impacted by HIV or Hepatitis C, we are here to help. We provide information, resources and service navigation support to those living with Hep C, HIV, and all sexually transmitted infections. We also offer support and resources to friends, families and allies.
We provide extensive information about safer sex and healthy sexuality. We also offer information and assistance accessing sexually transmitted infection testing, treatment and care.
We provide information about harm reduction and safer drug use, and information about accessing addictions services and needle exchanges.
AIDS PEI provides condoms and lubricants, oral dams and female condoms free of charge to those who need them. We provide community outreach, health promotion, prevention initiatives and education about healthy sexuality and harm reduction approaches to the general public, organizations and healthcare.
We work with other organizations, both locally and nationally to provide education and awareness programming about HIV, Hepatitis C, Safer Sex, and LGBTQ Cultural Competency to community and professional groups.
Have a question? Give us a call!