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

Taste 2018 Update

Thank you for being part of the twentieth anniversary of A Taste for Life.  For two decades funds have been raised for Bruce House and The Snowy Owl AIDS Foundation…

Thank You!

Bright and colourful thanks to the Ontario Nurses’ Association for donating their time, talent, and the supplies to repaint our office! It was a long overdue facelift for our space…

Harsh Realities: HIV Funding in Canada

The funding landscape has always been a challenging terrain for non-profits.  From changing funder priorities to new government targets, organizations are often faced with uncertainty and the inability to make…

In Remembrance

Gerry “Sqweaky” Legault 1951 – 2018 It is with heavy hearts that the Bruce House family says goodbye to Gerry Legault, who recently passed away after a battle with cancer.…

April 2018 Volunteer Newsletter

Bruce House Chronicle – April 2018

Where Will You Dine on April 25th?

For twenty years Bruce House and The Snowy Owl AIDS Foundation have invited you to dine out for A Taste For Life. Lise Turpin, executive director of The Snowy Owl…

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