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In partnership with our friends at:
Central Toronto Youth Services
CTYS
Let's Talk... Children, Families and HIV
In partnership with our friends at:
Positive Youth Outreach
PYO


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In Canada and around the world, HIV/AIDS may affect you, your mom, your dad, your brother, your sister, your grandma, your grandpa, your aunt, your uncle, your cousin, your friend, your neighbour, your co worker, etc. Kids, youth, parents and others want and need to talk with one another about what it is like to be infected with HIV/AIDS or to live and know someone who is infected. Those who know someone close to them died from HIV/AIDS also need a place to share their experiences.

Let's Talk provides a safe space for people to speak about HIV/AIDS. We encourage you to ask questions, share stories and listen to others about how HIV/AIDS has affected your family.

Our hope is that kids will talk to other kids, youth to youth, parents to parents, communities to communities about how it feels knowing that HIV/AIDS has infected someone you know and love.

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Our hope is that kids will talk to other kids, youth to youth, parents to parents, communities to communities about how it feels knowing that HIV/AIDS has infected someone you know and love.

LeLet's Talk, 124 Merton Street, Suite 300, Toronto, M4S 2Z2, CANADA
Telephone: (416) 596 7703 - - Fax: (416) 596 7910 - - E-mail: staff@kidstalkaids.org
Charitable Registration No 0892927-11
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The Teresa Group
Let's Talk is a service of The Teresa Group
"Serving the needs of children and their families, living with or affected by HIV/AIDS"

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Parent Help Line
If you need to talk to someone in a hurry, call Kids Help Phone on 1-800-668-6868 or Parent Help Line on 1-888-603-9100.

Health Promotions and Programs Branch - Ontario Region, Health CanadaUnited Way of Greater Toronto
This project received funding from the Health Promotions and Programs Branch - Ontario Region, Health Canada and United Way of Greater Toronto

 
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