Programming Connection

Program Models 

Each of the programs profiled in the Programming Connection is a model of frontline practice: a program that advances HIV and hepatitis C prevention, testing, treatment, care or support efforts in Canadian communities. Descriptions of Canadian programs included in the Programming Connection are developed in collaboration with service providers:

  • Case studies are in-depth descriptions of programs
  • Program elements provide a snapshot of one element of a program, or an overview of an adaptation of an existing program
  • Bright Ideas! are brief descriptions of programs

Visit our home page to browse program model categories or see below for our complete list of case studies, program elements and bright ideas.

Bright idea

A multidisciplinary approach to HIV and Hep C service delivery in a rural community.

Bright idea

A mobile harm reduction delivery service for people who use drugs.

Bright idea

An wholistic approach to HIV, Hep C and other STBBI prevention, treatment and support.

Bright idea

A program aimed at sex party participants and organizers that offers affordable sex equipment, free condoms and lube, and sexual health information.

Case study

A service that provides harm reduction information and materials to rural and remote communities through the mail.

Bright idea

An HIV and STI prevention campaign for rural youth.

Case study

A workshop to build community and enhance self-esteem related to racial and sexual identity among young Black gay men.

Case study

An intensive HIV treatment access and adherence support program designed to be a one-stop health resource for people living with HIV experiencing significant and concurrent barriers to care.

Bright idea

A leadership program for young gay, bi, queer and trans guys.

Bright idea

An inter-professional team providing multi-pronged support.