Providing Support and Fighting Stigma Since 1988
Welcome to Trellis HIV and Community Care (Formerly HARS), a safer space providing stigma-free HIV/AIDS education, Harm Reduction, and support services across Kingston and South Eastern Ontario.
Call for Submissions - Indigenous Art Show
We are seeking submissions for our
upcoming Indigenous Art Show in September.
If you are an Indigenous artist who wishes
to participate, please reach out to Diane Kearnan at email@example.com or by calling 613-545-3698.
Oasis Art Show
The Oasis Art Show is now live is now live and available for viewing at 844a Princess Street. Oasis is a program that supports older adults . To view the Oasis Art Show online, click here!
Undetectable = Untransmittable (U = U)
The evidence is in: If you are HIV+, take treatment and maintain an undetectable viral load, you can have sex knowing that you won’t pass HIV to your sex partner.
In short, when HIV is undetectable, it’s untransmittable.Learn More
Support, Not Stigma
Read the results of the Integrated Care Hub’s (ICH) Community Needs Assessment, which tells the stories of the people we serve.Read More
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
Prevent HIV with one pill a day. Learn more about
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, a highly effective HIV prevention strategy that HIV-negative people can use to lower their chance of getting HIV.
HIV Self-Testing is Here!
Know your HIV status.
Order a test. Do it at home.
Get your results in minutes.
With GetaKit, you’re self-testing, but not testing alone.
Participate in GetaKit - a study about the mail-out delivery of free HIV self-test kits in Ontario.Get the Details
find the support you need
Programs and Services
Learn about the many programs and services offered by Trellis HIV and Community Care.
We’re here to serve! Whether you’re in Kingston or elsewhere in Southeastern Ontario, Trellis HIV and Community Care has options for you.
Looking for information on HIV, sexual health or Harm Reduction? Find it here.
Take Action With Us
Get involved with Trellis HIV & Community Care and help our community thrive! From volunteering to taking part in a campaign or event, there are so many ways to make an impact and end stigma.