Housing is healthcare. Housing results in improved health outcomes with the majority of people living with HIV/AIDS.
Housing is prevention. With treatment, infectivity is reduced by 96%.
Housing is desperately needed. In Atlanta, about 3,000 housing units are needed for those affected by HIV. Our 140 units represent 60% of the available permanent supportive HIV housing.
Success For Our Children
Jerusalem House is Atlanta’s oldest and largest provider of permanent housing for Atlanta’s low-income and homeless individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS. Nearly 100 children live in Jerusalem House programs. We provide them with the tools they need to succeed – like stable housing, tutoring, and school supplies.
Join us at the Biltmore on April 9th! Premium cocktails, top local restaurant fare and amazing auction items. With live music by Will Scruggs. Don't miss it!