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Here are a few of our recent and upcoming events and activities:

Note Spring 2002:

Leading The Way Support Groups for infected, affected and bereaved children, youth, parents and caregivers start again in the spring. Call us at (416) 596-7703 if you or someone you know is needing group support. We have groups for children & youth who have and who have not been told about the HIV/AIDS status in the family. Groups run for 9 weeks on Saturday mornings from 10:30 - 12:00, at an anonymous location. Privacy is high priority and is respected by all group member.
E-mail us for more information.

Note Friday April 19 2002:

Youth Presentation on the Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children and Youth, at St James-Bond United Church, 1066 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario (just north of Eglinton). Call the Teresa Group at (416) 596-7703 if interested in attending.
E-mail us for more information.

Note Thursday 18 April 2002:

Workshop on Disclosure to Children Affected by HIV/AIDS. From 7-9pm in Niagara Region. Please contact AIDS Niagara at (905) 984 8684.
E-mail us for more information.

Note February 2002:

Presentation in Timmins, Ontario in February 2002. Stay Tuned for dates, time & location.
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Let'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"

Kids Help Phone
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