Our House of Portland

Our House provides integrated health and housing services to people with HIV/AIDS. Guided by compassion, collaboration and respect, we provide: * 24 hour specialized care * Independent housing with support service
Supplemental Food for People Living with HIV/AIDS
 
$20,037
$14,963
Raised
Remaining
Esther's Pantry provides supplemental food to low income people in the Portland area who are living with HIV/AIDS. Many clients also have a history of mental illness, homelessness and substance abuse. project reportread updates from the field
Neighborhood Housing and Care Project (NHCP)
 
$100
$9,900
Raised
Remaining
The Neighborhood Housing and Care Project provides housing and supportive services to people with HIV. We provide interdisciplinary services to our clients in their homes by licensed occupational therapists, nurses and social workers to help them maintain their independence in their own homes or to transition to their home from higher levels of care. project reportread updates from the field
HIV/AIDS Caregiver Education & Training Programs
 
$0
$100,000
Raised
Remaining
Because there is still no cure for HIV/AIDS, the numbers keep growing. As the population ages, we are seeing a lot of issues connected uniquely to long-term survivors of AIDS. We are also still seeing a lot of stigma not only just in the general population, but also in the caregiving community. The Caregiver Education and Training program utilizes our core competencies of expert HIV/AIDS healthcare and opens it up to the community of caregivers (professional to friends and family). project reportread updates from the field

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