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Healing Our Nations, Aboriginal and First Nations resource for HIV and AIDS information in the Maritimes. | Welcome to Healing Our Nations We are here to teach and support our people in the prevention of HIV/AIDS and related issues such as; Healthy Sexuality, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Hepatitis ABC, and co-infections , in a manner that is respectful to our Aboriginal ways of life. We are guided on this mission by the people we help. Hon Staff Youth Site Contact Us Staff Login Login Id Password Forgot your password? Search HOME ABOUT US HIV/AIDS HEPATITIS APHA WORKSHOPS & SERVICES RESOURCES & LINKS EVENTS EMPLOYMENT CANADIAN PHARMACY There is no cure for HIV/AIDS AIDS is “Aquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome” You can't get HIV/AIDS from hugging someone who has the virus If you have HIV, you cannot donate blood The only way to know if you have HIV is by having a blood test HIV+ means you have the virus that causes AIDS HIV- means you don't have the virus that causes AIDS Some people have HIV and don't know it It could take 7 to 10 years before any symptoms of the virus begin to show HIV is not a death sentence HIV can be managed by taking medication that slows the virus Viral load of HIV in your blood means how many copies of the virus there is in your body People who have AIDS may loose weight rapidly It can cost upwards of $120,000.00 a year for some of the medications to treat HIV HIV is 99% preventable High concentrations of HIV are found in blood, breast milk, semen and colostrum Intravenous drug users who share needles are at a higher risk to get HIV than those who use a clean needle every time Abstinence – not having sex Practicing Safer Sex – using condoms or other latex barriers (e.g, dental dams, plastic food wrap, latex gloves, etc.) Don't share sex toys Don't share needles or equipment for injecting drugs such as spoons, saucers, rigs, etc. that greatly increase the risk of you getting HIV. Protecting yourself against HIV can also mean protecting against unwanted pregnancy or in some cases, against transmitted infection (chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis etc.) the highest rate of infection is now in Aboriginal youth and young women Men who have sex with men (MSM) who have “situational sex' may be at a higher risk (in prisons) You can get an anonymous HIV test, where your name is not mentioned and the results are only given to you. Welcome to Healing Our Nations The AIDS Task Force began in 1991 after two First Nation people from Nova Scotia attended an AIDS conference in BC. They were very concerned about the effect this disease may have on their home communities, so influenced others to educate First Nation communities across Nova Scotia about HIV and AIDS. Fifteen First Nation communities across the province quickly joined forces to begin their fight against AIDS forming the "Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq AIDS Task Force". All the Atlantic Provinces have since joined the cause. You may know us to be the Atlantic First Nations AIDS Task Force. However, since May 2000 our organization is now known as Healing Our Nations. Our purpose is to educate First Nation people about HIV disease and AIDS. Knowing the risks associated with the spread of HIV and defining the myths and facts about AIDS is the first step to healing our nations. Eliminating the spread of AIDS in First Nation communities is not the only focus of our organization because we see this disease as only a symptom of a greater problem. Our goal is to help First Nation people rediscover their pride, traditions, and spirituality in an attempt to improve child development and eliminate family violence, substance abuse, depression, and suicide. Newsletter Sign up for our Newsletter Today! Subscribe Unsubscribe Home HIV/AIDS Hepatitis APHA Workshops & Services Resources & Links Events Hon Staff Employment Youth Site Contact Us idlepixels.com All rights reserved.

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