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Dining Out for Life on January 5th

Who are you taking to Dine Out for Life on January 5 at Blue Dog Bakery & Cafe and Red Hog? A portion of every purchase will go to support the House of Ruth’s mission. If you’re dining out, Dine Out for Life! 

Life and a Family While HIV+

Long-time House of Ruth client LaTisa was six months pregnant when she learned that she was HIV-positive. Read this month’s blog to hear her story of raising a family while HIV+.

Click here to read LaTisa’s story.

Stocking the Shelves

Looking for an easy way to help?
Donate something from our Wish List!

Please call 502-587-5080 to arrange a drop-off time. 

Items can also be purchased via our AmazonSmile and shipped
directly to our office at:

607 East St. Catherine Street,
Louisville, KY 40203 

Thank you!

House of Ruth

A Louisville HIV/Aids Community Resource

House of Ruth provides housing and support services for people with HIV/AIDS and their families who are homeless, at risk of losing their homes, or need financial help.  We do this through a continuum of services:  emergency shelter, short and long-term housing, mental health counseling, advocacy for clients, and basic needs assistance to provide food, rent, utilities, public transportation, and back-to-school support.

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of residents who remained in our Short-term Housing Program for at least 9  months controlled their addiction.

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people became new House of Ruth clients and started receiving services in 2020.

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clients are served each month at our Food Pantry

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of residents exited to more stable housing from our Short-term Housing Program.

Unlocking Hope 2021

Randall is Reaching His Goals

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We are so proud of Randall and everything he has accomplished at Glade House. In just under a year, he has gone from homeless, unemployed, fighting addiction, and not taking care of his physical or mental health to housed, employed, sober, and fully compliant with his medicine regime.

Nights at Grandma’s are Back

After months of couch surfing Bettie ended up in a shelter with no idea of where to go next. She was referred to House of Ruth and worked with our case managers to find a stable place to call home.
Her greatest joy is having a safe place for her grandkids to come visit. Nothing is more fun than a sleepover with grandma.


House of Ruth
607 E St Catherine St
Louisville, KY 40203