HALCO’s work is supported by our members. Our primary goal is to provide free legal services for people with HIV/AIDS in Ontario. To help us to fulfill our goal and to ensure that our services are relevant, we need the participation of people living with HIV in Ontario, as well as those not living with HIV.
Please offer your support by becoming a member of HALCO. HALCO membership is free and is renewed every 3 years.
You can apply to become a member of HALCO if: (i) you live in Ontario, (ii) you are 18 years of age or older, and (iii) you agree with our Statement of Principles (see below). For more information about HALCO, please visit Our Mission, Vision and Statement of Principles page.
Your membership information will be used to inform you of our member meetings, including our Annual General Meeting, and to give you the opportunity to renew your membership. We will only share your membership information as required by law. Membership takes effect when it is approved by our volunteer Board of Directors.
Benefits of membership include voting privileges at our membership meetings (after minimum 30 days membership), and the right to stand for election to our Board of Directors. HALCO reserves the right to deny Membership Applications/Renewals.
You can choose to receive other HALCO information, including our newsletter and updates, by checking the box below.
Membership has no effect on eligibility to receive legal services from us.
You can apply for HALCO membership or renew your HALCO membership by:
- completing our on-line HALCO Membership/Renewal Application on-line form (please remember the internet may not be confidential).
- downloading our HALCO Membership/Renewal Application form in fillable and saveable pdf format that you can complete, print and send to our office. (Scroll down for a link to Adobe Reader® to be able to access PDF/pdf documents)
If you have difficulty accessing anything on our website, please contact us.
Adopted January 30, 2006, by the Board of Directors of the HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic (Ontario).
It is agreed that:
a) the right of individuals to exercise control over their own medical treatment;
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