Community Outreach Program

Toronto’s African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) community members are at high risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).  The community represents almost 1 in 3 people diagnosed with HIV in Ontario. It is estimated that about 40% of ACB people living with HIV do not know their HIV status, meaning that  those who are at risk need to get tested regularly.

Black CAP’s Community Outreach Program shares HIV and other STI information with ACB heterosexual youth (age 16 to 29) and adult (age 30 years and over) who are at risk for HIV/AIDS. 

The Program is guided by three core objectives:

Black CAP’s Community Outreach Program:

Request a Workshop:

To request a workshop, one-on-one session or to invite us to do outreach at your event, please click here to complete form`.

Community members are always welcome to join the outreach team. In fact, the program relies heavily on the ongoing support of volunteers.  HIV knowledge is not a requirement and training is provided for all volunteers.

The Community Outreach Program is funded by Toronto Public Health under the Toronto Urban Health Fund.

Outreach Coordinator
Phone: 416-977-9955