"It is the belief of the members of the Red Road HIV/AIDS Network that all people are affected by HIV/AIDS"
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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.

Announcement Holistic Health Awareness Program for Indigenous Women

Red 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 Canadians

Hope 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.