From AJC: “Atlanta health and housing nonprofit Living Room, which has worked to end homelessness for people living with HIV for more than 20 years, will soon be releasing a pocket-size resource book for the city’s homeless. The tiny Atlanta Homeless Resource Guide, created using research from Georgia State University’s Atlanta Youth Count, is 140 pages front-and-back […]

On April 6 and 7, Living Room and Out Front Theatre Company hosted the first Red Ribbon Readings to showcase three powerful plays that came out of the experiences of the early AIDS Epidemic. From laughter to agony, from fear to abandon, few emotions remained untapped in the playhouse that weekend. Each play presented the […]

Announcing The Hall of Heroes
February 27, 2018

Living Room will install the inaugural Hall of Heroes this summer to showcase individuals and businesses who are committed to ending homelessness for people living with HIV. We want you to become a hero! All Hall of Heroes contributions will support Living Room’s core mission and housing support programs to ensure improved health and stability […]

Meet Our 2017 Allstar Volunteers
January 31, 2018

From community outreach and events to technological services, we truly could not have served as many clients as we did in 2017 without the help of our volunteers. As we springboard into the new year, we want to take a moment to showcase and applaud three volunteers who went above and beyond in 2017. Casey […]

Open House Party Takes the Cake
January 30, 2018

Some people have ceremonies by cutting ribbons, breaking ground, or popping champagne. But at Living Room, we’re cake people. At the New Office Open House Party held last week, we were elated to see so many friends, partners, and civic leaders come to see the new hub of where ending homelessness for people living with […]

Saturday, February 3, 2018, the Metropolitan Atlanta HIV Health Services Planning Council (MAHHSPC) will host its 19th annual Atlanta Area Outreach Initiative (AAOI) with the theme “No Label. No Limits.” This is a big deal. For people living with HIV, connecting and adhering to consistent medical care can be difficult and daunting. The purpose of […]

When Giving Takes the Stage
December 28, 2017

Actor’s Express will be performing both parts of Angels in America, the epic, Tony Award-winning shows for best drama in Atlanta, January 12- February 17th. Set in the 1980’s New York City HIV/AIDS Epidemic, the play examines gay life and HIV/AIDS in America. Perhaps you caught the HBO miniseries or saw ads for National Theatre Live […]

Living Room Goes Big on #GivingTuesday
November 30, 2017

This past Tuesday, people all over the world celebrated and supported their favorite nonprofits by giving and raising money on #GivingTuesday. The day signaled hope, determination, and kindness, at a time when—let’s face it—the news circuit is more often than not rife with disheartening headlines. At the beginning of Georgia Gives on Giving Tuesday, we […]

Donor Spotlight: Roger
November 30, 2017

Roger first learned about Living Room around 8 years ago when a friend invited him and his partner, Keith, to a Living Room event (anyone else remember the era of Living Room’s Sapphire Ball?!). At the event, several former Living Room clients shared their stories, and Roger was brought to tears. Hearing about the hardship, […]

20,000 Reasons to Say ‘Thank You’
October 30, 2017

Ever since we can remember, Living Room has participated in AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run. In addition to being an event to raise funds for crucial HIV/AIDS service organizations in the city (which it is), AIDS Walk Atlanta is a visible testament to our city’s dedication to ending HIV/AIDS. This year, we want to extend […]