The American Heritage Dictionary defines “hope” as “a wish or desire for something with expectation of its fulfillment”. At Support Ministries we strive to provide this basic right to all who enter our doors.
Remarkable new drug therapies mean that people with HIV are living longer; healthier lives and that death rates are thankfully dropping across the nation.
However, as the number of people living with HIV grows, so too does the critical need for appropriate health care, housing, and supportive services.
HIV/AIDS affects everyone. The more you know about it, the more you will help and the more hope you will instill in the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS.
At Support Ministries, in conjunction with the homes and support services we provide, we also strive to provide hope to our residents.
It is basic human nature to dream of a new, better tomorrow. To hope for a better day where persons living with this virus can regain their normal existence and return to independence.