Fife House provides secure, supportive, affordable housing to people living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Toronto Area.


 

 

 

Canada's National HIV/AIDS Housing Portal

 

OHSUTP

 

Click on the image above to view how living with HIV/AIDS can affect someone's life

 

Link to up-to-date information on services offered at organizations in Canada

 

AIDS & Sexual Health Infoline

 

HIV/AIDS Provincial Strategies

Click on the link above for access to various resources.

 

Shady Queens: The Shequel

On Tuesday, October 3 2017, Fife House is bringing you 'The Shequel' of our 2016 hit show, Shady Queens.

We're back at The Danforth Music Hall with new and returning stars from RuPaul's Drag Race!

Our first queen returning is Season 9 winner Bob the Drag Queen! Bob opened for the #AAAGirls last year with a hilarious comedy act and performed his hit singles, including Purse First.

Joining Bob is Season 7 finalist, All-Stars Season 2 contestant and the self-professed, 'nicest bitch you'll ever meet', Ginger Minj!

Stay tuned over the next few weeks as we will be announcing the other two queens joining the show. But don't wait! Get your tickets beginning on Monday, July 10th HERE!

Click here for more information

The Huntley Street Project

Fife House entered into an agreement with Casey House to lease their current premises at 9 Huntley Street after they move to
their new quarters in the Spring of 2017.

We will be renovating the interior of the building to create a new Transitional Housing Program. 

Find out more about the project and how you can help us realize the opportunity to create a place where we can help men, women and
trans individuals rebuild their lives CLICK HERE

 

Grace's Story

We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Grace and have a conversation about her experience of arriving in Canada in 2011 as a refugee from Africa.  She spoke very little English and had only discovered she was HIV+ after her arrival.  Her ultimate goal was to find employment and eventually bring her four children here, so she could support and care for them.  How she approached this seemingly insurmountable task is a story of determination, resiliency and hope.  She describes Fife House staff as having been there for her, every step of the way.

 

CLICK HERE to read Grace's story.


 

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