Welcome to our Home!
Who we are
Sean Humphrey House (SHH) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Bellingham, Washington whose mission is to optimize the quality of life for low-income individuals living with HIV/AIDS, who may also suffer from other diseases and disabilities, and who are unable to live independently.
Our House is named after Sean Humphrey, a 30 year-old man who died from AIDS in 1992. In accordance with Sean’s vision to provide safe housing and personal care for individuals living with HIV/AIDS, Sean Humphrey House was founded in 1996 by his family and countless volunteers.
What we do
Sean Humphrey House is one of the few Adult Family Homes licensed by the State of Washington to provide a residence, meals, medical management services, counseling, recreational activities, and other support to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Services for our residents include:
- 24-Hour Care
- Medical Supervision
- One-on-one Companionship
- Nutritional Guidance
- Access to Recovery Support
- Access to Community
- Personal Care Assistance
- Access to Counseling
- Access to Rehabilitation
- Access to Support Groups
- Recreational Activities
Sean Humphrey House is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
If special accommodations are needed, please contact us at (360)733.0176
Interested in our services?
If you or someone you know is living with HIV/AIDS and could benefit from our services, please contact Josh Grubb, our Executive Director by phone: (360) 733-0176 or e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for information on room availability and further resources.
The House consists of six studio apartments, each with private entrance, bathroom, and furnishings; adjoined to a community living space. The family-home setting allows residents at Sean Humphrey House to maintain independent fulfilling lives while having access to support services in order to remain healthy and combat HIV/AIDS. Our aim is to foster good physical health as well as the feelings of confidence, high self-esteem and a sense of security in our residents.
See our house tour!
How you can help
It is only with the support of our dedicated volunteers, donors and staff that we are able to provide high quality services for our residents.
From preparing meals, to walking our House dog, to helping us plan fundraisers, or simply spending time with our residents, our volunteers are an integral part of supporting our residents. If you would like to make an extra commitment and take an active role in helping shape the future of our home and ensuring we continue to provide high quality care, consider a position on our Board of Directors. Our caregivers and management team provide 24-hour care services, if you are interested in working with us, visit our employment page.