The Alberta Community Council on HIV (ACCH) provides resources for our members, stakeholders and the public at large. Through a social justice lens ACCH supports community based responses to HIV, Sexually Transmitted and Blood Borne Infections, Sexual Health via advocacy, harm reduction, education, skills building training and health promotion. Our collective action will improve systems pertaining to HIV and related issues and enhance the lives of Albertans.
This 'Knowledge Hub' of ACCH consists of helpful information and links available to our members, stakeholders and the public to provide a clearer vision on topics pertaining to HIV, Sexually Transmitted and Blood Borne Infections, Sexual Health, Harm Reduction, Education, Skills Building Training and Health Promotion. Please view below articles:
- Issue One: View Keeping Up With the Evidence - This first issue of ‘Keeping up with the Evidence’ focuses on case studies as supporting evidence of the benefits of including peer outreach and/or peer workers within harm reduction, HIV and STBBI programming. While ACCH members are aware of this, these articles could be referred to in proposals or in communicating with third parties the importance of including people with lived experience in their operations.