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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 […]

Coming January 25: New Office Open House
December 28, 2017

We opened the doors of our new office in downtown Atlanta two months ago, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Having all staff under a single roof and an increase in office space allows us work more efficiently and provide a higher quality of service to our clients. (We will never take these confidential meetings rooms for […]

Living Room Clients Get Festive
December 27, 2017

During the holiday season, it’s easy to take for granted the ability to travel to see family, having a space to host family, or even having family (born or chosen) to make memories with. For us, our client parties are a chance to practice hospitality and share love and kindness to the folks we serve. […]

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 […]

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 […]

The South holds the highest rates of people living with HIV and new diagnoses of HIV/AIDS than any other U.S. region. In light of pending decisions at the federal level regarding housing assistance programs, Medicaid, and establishing HIV/AIDS as a national priority, Living Room will host Taste of Life 2017 to ensure housing services remain […]

Living Room’s Keystone Circle gathered for an evening of cocktails and celebration (at a beautiful home donated for the evening) on March 14. If you weren’t in attendance with us, here’s 3 main takeaways you should know: 1. A New, Advocacy-Focused Strategic Plan is on the Way Pamela Dorsett, Living Room’s board chair, shared a preview of […]