Living Room will be closed November 23 and 24 for Thanksgiving! Programs will resume November 27.
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Finally Reunited Once Again
October 30, 2017

Life at Living Room has been a whirlwind the last week. And it has been wonderful. After moving all programs to our new office in the Hurt Building, things are as busy as ever while we prepare to resume services on November 1. Furniture and files settle in their resting places. Internet and phones lines […]

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 […]

3 Questions That Will Change Atlanta (Pt 2)
October 29, 2017

(This is article is a continuation of a two-part outreach series. Read the first installment here.) Atlanta Pride Weekend kicked off its 47th year on Friday, October 13 with multiple events around the city. Not surprisingly, Atlanta Pride is the largest Pride event in the southeast and falls the weekend after National Coming Out Day. […]

Living Room to Move All Offices Downtown
October 3, 2017

New Address Living Room 50 Hurt Plaza SE, Suite 1200 Atlanta, GA 30303 Note: All Living Room programs will remain at 341 Ponce de Leon until October 26th. Offices will be closed October 27-31. Programs will resume November 1 at new address. Get Directions   Beginning November 1, Living Room will be under one roof […]

What Happens When Atlanta Closes Its Largest Shelter?
September 28, 2017

It’s been several months since a settlement between the Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless and Central Atlanta Progress (CAP) effectively numbered the days of Atlanta’s largest homeless shelter, Peachtree-Pine. Although headlines of lawsuits and health concerns plagued the shelter over the years,  Peachtree-Pine nonetheless served hundreds each night as a notably low barrier shelter, which is […]

A Shout of Hope to Georgia: AIDS Walk Atlanta
September 26, 2017

The AIDS Walk is so much more than a fundraiser, a nice walk, or just an Atlanta tradition. The AIDS Walk is a shout of hope to Georgia. Every single person who walks, volunteers, gives, or asks for support amplifies our belief that: Together, we can end HIV and homelessness. It’s that simple: I walk […]

3 Questions That Will Change Atlanta (Pt 1)
September 24, 2017

Labor Day weekend has always seemed like a farewell party for summer. Usually, it’s a weekend of kicking back and relaxing – not doing any work. This year was a bit different for me as I staffed Living Room’s booth at the Pure Heat Community Festival* the Sunday before Labor Day. Pure Heat began as […]

As part of our strategic plan, Living Room is removing barriers to housing for our clients.  We know transportation can be an issue for people needing to connect to our services. At least 55% of people experiencing housing insecurity cannot access social services due to transportation issues. In Atlanta, low socio-economical status adults who walk or use the bus are […]

Voices of Taste of Life
July 26, 2017

Taste of Life is a party to help house people living with HIV/AIDS. There are a lot of reasons to be excited for it: the art, the open bar, the delicious food, the international wine selection, the DJ, the venue, the people, and the cause. For Living Room and the event leaders putting on Taste […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Cynthia
July 25, 2017

Our mission to end homelessness for people living with HIV is an ambitious one. But it’s possible—especially with the help of volunteers like Cynthia. In order to guarantee our clients’ confidentiality, Cynthia is one of the few volunteers who helps directly with our programs. Her work allows Living Room to continue to provide the highest […]

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