Bailey-Boushay House provides exceptional care to people with HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening conditions such as ALS, in order to enhance their health, well-being and functional independence.
Bailey-Boushay House is the first specialized nursing facility in the nation to meet the complex needs of people living with HIV/AIDS. Today, although treatments for managing HIV/AIDS have succeeded in sustaining life beyond our imagining, many patients also suffer from mental illness, addiction or homelessness, making it nearly impossible for them to successfully manage their disease on their own.
Our Outpatient Program offers rehabilitative, educational and social services provided by a multi-disciplinary staff team trained to address the needs of people living with HIV/AIDs, homelessness, addiction, and mental health issues. The Inpatient Program provides specialized care to residents with HIV/AIDS, as well as other diseases such as ALS, Huntington's disease and complex cancers. Donor support provides medication management, month-end groceries, theraputic activities, sack meals, counseling and COVID-19 efforts.