It started in 1983 when a small group of friends in West Hollywood started Aid for AIDS to provide compassionate, end-of-life home care. They paid for rent and utilities so loved ones could die at home with dignity. It continued in 1987 when seven hospitals and the Catholic Archdiocese opened The Serra Project and established group homes to provide compassionate hospice care for those who were homeless and dying of AIDS. It flourished in 2009 when Aid for AIDS and The Serra Project joined forces to create Alliance for Housing and Healing – a leading provider of housing and supportive services to low income people living with HIV / AIDS. www.alliancehh.org
To provide the basic necessities of life to men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS through a safety net of essential housing and direct supportive services.
We believe in a world in which hope is restored and lives are saved through homes, help, and healing.