T.O Urban Health Fund

Toronto Urban Health Fund (TUHF)

TUHF replaces the former AIDS Prevention Community Investment Program and Drug Prevention Community Investment Program.

TUHF provides one year and three year project funding to non-profit community based organizations to support initiatives under the following three streams:

  1. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) prevention
  2. Harm reduction
  3. Child and youth resiliency

Application Process and Timeline

The application process will take place in two phases:

Phase 1 - Letter of Intent required for all applicants

Phase 2 - Full Proposal for applicants successful at the Letter of Intent phase

Information for Aboriginal Agencies

Toronto Public Health has identified and prioritized improving the health of Toronto's urban Aboriginal population in its Strategic Plan (2015-2019).  The new strategic plan calls for implementing an Aboriginal Health Strategy that is based on collaborative, community-led assessment of needs of the urban Aboriginal population.  Given the disproportionate impact of HIV/hepatitis C infection, alcohol and drug use within Aboriginal communities, the Toronto Urban Health Fund is enhancing its support to applications from organizations that primarily serve First Nations, Metis, or Inuit groups.

Funded Projects