25 Years of Compassion
Casey House was founded thanks to the foresight and compassion of a group of dedicated volunteers, in the midst of the devastation of the early AIDS crisis.
That tradition of pioneering health care innovation lives on at Casey House today, as we continue to adapt to the changing landscape of this ever-evolving disease. Today, thankfully, a diagnosis of HIV does not lead to imminent death. But life with this disease can be very difficult, often dangerous, and nobody can manage it alone.
Every life saved, every isolation ended, every hope for the future rediscovered… nothing we do at Casey House could happen without the support and kindness of our staff, physicians, volunteers and donors.
Thank you for joining us on this journey. Together, we’re giving compassion a home.