Eric Johnson House

The Eric Johnson House is a transitional housing program for homeless men and women living with HIV/AIDS. Named after a young man named Eric Johnson who died from AIDS in 1990, the community of which he lived was paralyzed with the affects of his death and decided to take action in 1994. To date, over 220 people have resided in the Eric Johnson House and over 5,000 people have benefitted from the community based and educational programs of New Jersey AIDS Services.

Every 3rd Monday of each month, members of the Morristown Chapter come and prepare dinner for the residents of the home. Our mission is to respond compassionately and responsibly to the HIV/AIDS crisis by providing supportive services.