Delivering food, housing, and health services to people living with chronic illnesses, including HIV and AIDS

What's New

From merging with another amazing organization doing good things in the world to launching new programs left and right, we've been pretty busy this year.
Swedish recently donated 1,000 emergency preparedness kits for Lifelong's homebound, chronically ill clients.
Shane Johnson, Peer and Client Services and Prevention Specialist and Christina Perry, Medical Case Manager started a vegetable garden in downtown Everett for HIV positive clients.
Three of Washington State’s leading HIV/AIDS service organizations have joined forces to rename their largest awareness and fundraising events.
Alison has built a career on helping individuals faced with barriers to health – such as poverty, discrimination, isolation, chronic illness, and substance abuse.  
We recently rolled out a big change to our meal program. Our meal packaging now features a single compartment versus two separate spaces allotted for the main and side dishes

About Lifelong

Food is medicine.  For people living with HIV and other chronic illnesses, a nourishing meal can make a huge difference in the struggle for wellness.
Individuals with HIV/AIDS who have access to stable housing are more likely to live longer and less likely to infect others. Period.
Our medical case management, housing, and insurance programs help clients achieve their best health possible.
Our Capitol Hill thrift store offers up designer duds for a great cause. Stop on by!
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