Support Services

Living with HIV/AIDS in Moncton? SIDA/AIDS Moncton is here for you with direct services that change lives.

LGBTQ Workshops

Gender & Sexual Diversity presentations are available for your classroom, organization or place of employment.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are important members of our organization. They provide support, leadership and advocacy.


Each year AIDS Moncton Inc. must raise funds to continue these vital community programs and we need your help

Upcoming events:

  • Mon

    Sexual Health and Reproductive Awareness Week (What’s Your Relationship)

  • Wed

    Pink shirt day – Stop bullying


Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life Theme


The theme for the 2015 Campaign has been announced! This year’s Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life theme is: HIVAnonymous

People living with HIV/AIDS still face discrimination. Some prefer to be anonymous because of fear or shame. This year’s campaign wants to give a voice and to share the experience of Canadians that anonymously live with HIV.

World Hepatitis Day

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July 28th is World Hepatitis day

AIDS Moncton and the John Howard Society are partnering up to host an Open House to provide information

Where: 80 Weldon Street, Moncton

When: July 28th 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm-4:00pm

  • Public Health nurse available to talk about testing for Hepatitis.
  • A dietician will be present 2:00-4:00 to talk about healthy eating.
  • AIDS Moncton and John Howard staff will be available to answer questions about Hepatitis C basics and available services.
  • FREE hepatitis B vaccine will be available to Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) who have not been previously vaccinated. A Public Health nurse will be present to administer the vaccine and provide information.

Want more information about the Open House? Contact Roxanne at (506) 859-9616 OR


Le 28 juillet c’est la journée mondiale contre l’hépatite

SIDA Moncton et la Société John Howard ont établi un partenariat afin d’offrir une journée portes ouvertes pour fournir des informations.

Où: 80, rue Weldon, Moncton

Quand: Le 28 juillet, 9 h-12 h & 13 h-16 h

  • Infirmière de la Santé publique disponible pour discuter du dépistage et de l’hépatite.
  • Diétécienne présente de 14 h à 16 h pour discuter de l’alimentation saine.
  • Personnel de SIDA Moncton et la Société John Howard présent pour répondre à vos questions sur l’essentiel de l’hépatite C et les services disponibles.
  • Vaccin contre l’hépatite B disponible GRATUITEMENT pour les hommes ayant des rapports sexuels avec des hommes (HSH) qui n’ont pas déjà été vaccinés.Une infirmière de la Santé publique sera présente pour administrer le vaccin et fournir des informations.

Pour plus d’informations sur la journée portes ouvertes, contactez Roxanne au (506) 859-9616 ou

The Great Canadian Giving Challenge


For every donation that AIDS Moncton receives now until June 30th, we’re entered in for a chance to received $10,000!

Would you like to know what AIDS Moncton could do with $10,000? We could continue to support our current client list with Fresh Produce Baskets for the next couple years!

Support for People Living with HIV/AIDS
$15 = one fresh produce basket for person living with HIV/AIDS
$45 = three fresh produce baskets for people living with HIV/AIDS
$90 = six fresh produce baskets for people living with HIV/AIDS

Pilot project making free condoms available at bars


Pilot project making free condoms available at bars

2013 Sexual Health Survey Results


Here is a PDF of the results of the Sexual Health Survey and Focus groups carried out in February and March 2013: Urban-Rural Outreach – Sexual Health 20-29 yr old – Final Report – March 2013

AIDS Moncton Executive Director Receives Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

AIDS Moncton Executive Director Receives Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

Debby Warren traveled to Ottawa this week to be presented her medal for exemplary work and service in the field of HIV/AIDS in Canada. Presentations were made at the 2012 World AIDS Day Gala, held last night at the Château Cartier Hotel in Ottawa. We are very proud of Debby and all of her hard work. For more information visit: