Housing is a fundamental human right.
At Bailey House, we believe that housing is a fundamental human right. Without a safe and stable place to live, men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS cannot access health care and other life-saving services.
We know how difficult finding decent, affordable housing in New York City can be. It’s what brought a group of visionary and compassionate New Yorkers together in 1983 to found what would become Bailey House. And it’s why, until HIV/AIDS is just a memory, we’ll be here providing vital housing and services to the men, women and children impacted by the epidemic.
Bailey House offers affordable housing units based on nationally-recognized supportive housing models we initiated in 1984. We provide:
- Safe, stable housing that is accessible to neighborhood amenities and services
- A continuum of care that includes supportive case management and compassionate services for people living with HIV/AIDS and the members of their households
- Connection to critically needed medical care and treatment
- Innovative training programs that promote self-sufficiency and leadership
In addition to our residential programs, we make our quality care and services available to the greater New York City community through our East Harlem Service Center.