House of Ruth: Blog
As the White House declares monkeypox (MPX) a public health emergency, it’s important that we’re all careful about how we communicate information about the virus.
Our families are still in need of school supplies to help keep them on track!
Over the last forty years, the “face” of the HIV pandemic has changed dramatically.
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 […]