As an organization, Island Sexual Health recognizes our individual and collective responsibility to listen, reflect, and act to better stand in solidarity against racism. We levy our privilege and strengths to follow through our intentions with action and accountability. We continue to uphold the work of individuals and organizations that have worked tirelessly to dismantle systems of injustice and harm with integrity, responsibility, and intention. As always, we welcome suggestions to help us continue on our paths of learning in order to improve our practice, but recognize it’s ultimately also our responsibility to act.
Jennifer Gibson MA, is the Coordinator of Community Education Services. She is a professional sexual health educator whose knowledge, sense of humour, enthusiasm, and comfort level give her the unique ability to make sexual health education accessible and easy to relate to.
Camosun College clinic closing for the season April 18th, 2013. All clients can use our Quadra Street location.
During the holidays; we have modified clinic hours in effect in all clinic locations.
Are you a community practitioner interested in hosting a workshop at our Quadra clinic space? We’d love to hear from you!
If you have a few minutes, please consider filling out this survey and if comfortable, sharing the link: This survey has been created to explore the potential benefits of implementing the STOP HIV/AIDS program at our clinic and to get a “snap-shot” of the potential barriers and/or motivations around HIV testing. It is completely anonymous…
Thanks to the students and staff at Claremont for once again being amazing! We love our work with your Planning classes.