House of Ruth: Blog
It may not be obvious why an HIV advocacy organization focuses on housing, but it is mission-critical.
we’re remembering and recognizing some of the people who made such a difference to our organization, our work, and the fight against HIV/AIDS in Louisville and beyond.
Established in 1986, Glade House in Louisville was the first group home for people with HIV/AIDS in the region.
Over the years, House of Ruth’s services have evolved and expanded, but we’ve always been there for people in Louisville struggling with HIV/AIDS.
Peer support specialists are essential to the mission of House of Ruth, providing invaluable and irreplaceable services.
House of Ruth supports people in our community who are HIV/AIDS-positive, through a spectrum of services.
The Beginning of HIV/AIDS in America “You have to understand. At that time, it felt like a war.” When HIV/AIDS got its first foothold in the United States in the […]
“House of Ruth was always there for me, and I’m grateful for them. In a lot of ways, I don’t know where I would be without them.” – Dwight Taylor, […]
A Day in the Life of Housing Case Manager Nayia Green At House of Ruth, we work with a very specific population: our clients are HIV-positive and battle homelessness. As […]
There are many reasons why a person may become homeless. Homelessness most commonly results from a lack of affordable housing, unexpected job loss or bills, or mental illness without access […]
House of Ruth’s Housing Programs For nearly 30 years, House of Ruth has worked to provide housing and support services for people with HIV/AIDS and their families who are homeless, […]
Introducing the New House of Ruth Blog.
Since 1992, House of Ruth has filled an important social need: providing 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.