Sharing Together for Life


Sharing Together for Life is an HIV disclosure program that was designed and assessed through a community research project undertaken by the Canada Research Chair in Education and Health at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Sharing Together for Life was inspired by HIV-positive women from Quebec. The program was designed to help women better understand the impact of disclosure or non-disclosure of their HIV-positive status in different situations and to help them set up a permanent support system.

Read more about the program in CATIE's case study

Read the Sharing Together for Life Facilitator's Guide

Order your copy of the Facilitator's Guide from the CATIE Ordering Centre.

Learn more about the program by watching the CATIE-produced webinar

Sharing Together for Life – Resource list

HIV and Pregnancy

HIV and Women


Other CATIE publications