One in two people living with HIV will face a night sleeping on the streets during their lifetime. Without a stable place to stay, good health is unreachable.
Simply put, every one needs a stable home, and for people with HIV, the need is even greater. This is why Living Room provides housing for people with HIV/AIDS. In fact, research has shown that having a home is the first and most important indicator that a someone with HIV will be able to get to doctor's appointments, take their medicines, eat well, and get healthy.
Your support for Living Room's team will help provide emergency lodging for young men who cannot spend another night on the streets, safe housing for transgender women who have faced discrimination, rental assistance for working family who struggle to cover basic costs, supportive housing programs people who refuse to use HIV as an excuse to remain addicted, as well and counseling, referrals and other resources for any person living with HIV who struggles to find a long-term, safe home.
Housing is fundamental to treatment for HIV, providing health and hope for those who need it most.
Thank you for supporting Living Room's work to end homelessness among people living with HIV/AIDS in Georgia!