CTAC is Canada’s national, non-governmental organization led by and for people living with HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection, focusing on enabling access to treatment. In operation since 1996, CTAC has recently completed an organizational renewal process to ensure we meet our organizational goals to meaningfully engage community members, service providers, policymakers and other relevant stakeholders to identify, develop and implement policy and program solutions.
CTAC understands that treatment access should be considered in its’ holistic form, encompassing the range of treatment, care and support needs required to reach the most successful treatment experience possible for people living with HIV or those co-infected with viral hepatitis.
Treatment Access News
CTAC's thoughts on the MH17 tragedy.read more
Former founding CTAC board member, Ron Rosenes talks about his recent appointment to the Order of Canada.read more
The proposed prostitution bill could make sex work even more dangerous and may be unconstitutional, more than 200 legal experts said in an open letter to the prime minister.read more
Study asks if health care system prepared to meet their complex medical and social needs.read more
A photojournalist on why her collaboration with a health educator continues at the 20th International AIDS Conference.read more