On behalf of the Tommy Sexton Centre Board of Directors, clients and staff, we thank the family of Chris Hyndman for their generosity. The Tommy Sexton Shelter provides shelter and health services to over 1200 individuals per year, all donations will help us to continue building a healthy community. We hope for Steven, Mrs. Hyndman and family that the good memories and stories of Chris will bring comfort as you find your way through this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Newfoundland has lost an ambassidor and our gay youth has lost an amazing role model.
The ACNL provides various services to people living with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS or Hepititis C, we also provide services to the general population of the province. For information about the services we provide please click the links below.
The Tommy Sexton Shelter provides accommodations for men and women over the age of 16 in need of emergency or short term shelter. Priority is given to people living with HIV or AIDS. We provide services in a manner that respects the diverse experiences and needs of each individual. We are committed to fostering an atmosphere of care, support and respect between residents, staff and volunteers. Recognizing the right of individuals to self-determination, we aim to assist them in recognizing and developing their strengths and potential.