Bruce House brings hope, housing and support to individuals and families impacted by HIV in Ottawa and area.

Since opening its doors in 1988, through the generous support of local individuals and organizations, Bruce House has been delivering a ‘housing-first’ approach for people in our community living with, and impacted by, HIV.

We are committed to ensuring our clients have access to stable housing, supported independence, and opportunities for healthy living.

Latest News Items

Mind Over Mood Workshop

An oyster creates a pearl out of a grain of sand.  The grain of sand is an irritant to the oyster.  In response to the discomfort, the oyster creates a…

Congratulations, Carmel!

Long-time Bruce House and community volunteer Carmel Horan was one of the recipients of the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers at a ceremony at Ottawa City Hall on April 28, in…

Show Your Pride and Support Bruce House

Mark your calendars for these three amazing events in support of Bruce House!  Drag & Balls, the National Capital Pride Run, and Country Cares – events you won’t want to…

What Does U=U Mean for Women?

Living in the Asterisk is a great document prepared by Women & HIV / AIDS Initiative (WHAI). HIV issues are often discussed only from the perspective of men, this document…

Undetectable = Untransmittable

Over 260 organizations around the world have signed on to the Undetectable=Unstransmittable consensus statement. The message is simple—a person living with HIV, taking antiretroviral drugs, and whose viral load has…

Volunteer Newsletter – Bruce House Chronicle June 2017

Bruce House Chronicle – June 2017

Click here for all news.