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  • MOBILISE! Survey

    ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRE  $500 in prizes to be won

    … help us answer some burning questions about sexual health!

    Complete the survey
  • MOBILISE! Survey

    ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRE  $500 in prizes to be won

    … help us answer some burning questions about sexual health!

    Complete the survey
  • New directions in sexual health

    BY, FOR, AND WITH MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN

    The MOBILISE! Survey:  calling for improvements to the services we use! 

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  • New directions in sexual health

    BY, FOR, AND WITH MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN

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  • New directions in sexual health

    BY, FOR, AND WITH MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN

    Don’t miss the next Soirée MOBILISE!:  June 9th, 6 – 8 pm

    Café Cagibi, 5490 St. Laurent Blvd., Montreal

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Now
underway

Please take the time to complete the MOBILISE! online questionnaire. Most people will need about 20 to 40 minutes (in some cases, it could take up to an hour). Your voice is important – don’t miss this chance to make ourselves heard and improve the services we use!

This photo: Matt Ayotte; photos in above slide show: Matt Ayotte and Dalig Photography

Soirée MOBILISE! – Thursday June 9
Making a place for HIV+ men
A new project in 4 cities

MOBILISE! seeks to improve sexual health services and HIV prevention by bringing together a range of partners and community members to collaborate and take action.

Did you
know … ?

… that in addition to condoms, there are more than 20 other ways to reduce the risk of contracting or transmitting HIV?

Which of these options do you already use?  Which do you want to try out?

With so many tools and approaches now available, too many people don’t know their prevention options or don’t have access to them. This is an unacceptable situation that is contributing to an ongoing HIV epidemic.

Points
of view

A range of project participants and community members will be sharing their thoughts in the coming months on how to improve HIV prevention and sexual health …

Ken Monteith (COCQ-SIDA) : "Prevention has changed a lot in the past 30 years ..."
Patrice Bécotte (RÉZO) : "We want to hear from you!" (video in French)
Joanne Otis (UQAM) : "It's time to work together ..." (video in French)