We are committed to the principles of greater involvement and meaningful engagement of people living with HIV (GIPA/MEPA), and help amplify their voices, perspectives, opinions, ideas and experiences. Our interdisciplinary team includes those with lived experience, as does our board of directors. In 2019, Casey House formally integrated peers as part of the client care team through our peer support program.

The voices of people living with HIV are key to our research, education, advocacy and #smashstigma efforts, as well as our mission-infused fundraising event June’s HIV+ Eatery.