Since 1992 Bailey-Boushay House has been at the forefront serving people living with HIV/AIDS on an outpatient and inpatient basis. Over the years we have expanded the Inpatient Program to provide end-of-life care for patients with ALS, Huntington's disease, and others with a limited life expectancy. The Outpatient Program has grown to provide more services and care for the homeless and a Chemical Dependency Program for our HIV/AIDS patients with addiction issues.
These programs are available to people who are over the age of 18 and a resident of Washington State*.
* Certain county restrictions apply. See the admission criteria of the program for details.
Bailey-Boushay House offers inpatient care to people living with HIV/AIDS who have a skilled need; and those with HIV/AIDS, ALS or Huntington’s who have a six months or less prognosis; or other conditions with a three month or less prognosis. Learn more about admission into our Inpatient Program.
People with HIV/AIDS have access to services including nursing, medication management and meals in the Outpatient Program seven days a week. Learn more about admission into our Outpatient Program.
The Chemical Dependency Program serves people with HIV and chemical dependency issues who are unable to succeed in traditional abstinence-based programs. Learn more about admission into our Chemical Dependency Program.
Medication management is a key element of the Chemical Dependency Program. Learn how to get started with medication management.
If you have any questions or would like more information about admission to one of our programs, please call us.
Bailey-Boushay House Admissions Office
Phone: (206) 720-2305
Fax: (206) 720-2328
Bailey-Boushay House does not discriminate in admissions, services or employment on the basis of age, gender, race, national origin, religion, sexual preference, marital status or disability, except as permitted by law.