By knowing the risks and sharing prevention information with service users/clients, service providers can help mitigate the risks associated with the transmission of HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Blood Borne Infections (STBBIs).
All of our education services are free of charge and aim to increase your capacity to address HIV in our local community.
Pozitive Pathways offers in-person presentations and or webinars covering a variety of sexual health and harm reduction related topics. While the in-person presentations and or webinars focus on specific target populations, these educational opportunities are open for anyone to attend, including service users/clients, volunteers, service providers, etc. The only educational opportunities that have a specific limited audience are those geared towards youth.
To attend, simply click on the presentation and or webinar you are interested in and register. Depending on the format, A ZOOM invite will be sent the day before the webinar.
The Pozitive Post
Check out the latest issue of The Pozitive Post to find out more about our harm reduction services, highlights of other PPCS programs and services including the faces behind the work.
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Be sure to check out “Pozitive Place”, our Prevention Education podcast.
Our Education team discusses all things sexual health, wellness and pleasure-related from a sex-positive, diversity-affirming and community-based lens. Perfect for youth and service providers that work with youth.
“Pozitive Place” can be found on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and anywhere else you get your podcasts from.
Follow along on social media through Instagram, Facebook and Twitter or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Education team members are available to answer sexual health and substance use questions anonymously by telephone or email for individuals living with or at risk of contracting HIV and other STBBIs.
- Discuss strategies to reduce risk-taking behaviors
- Referrals to other community resources
- Answer basic questions regarding the transmission and prevention of HIV and Hep C and other STBBIs