ATLANTA (AP) - A nonprofit that helps homeless HIV and AIDS victims find housing was robbed this month by thieves who took computers and welcome baskets.
The Living Room's director Nick Danna said the agency's offices in Atlanta and Clayton County were struck by thieves before Christmas. He said six computers and welcome baskets containing basic household supplies were stolen.
The agency helps about 2,000 people each year find affordable housing and supports 125 families stay in the homes with rent
subsidies and other long-term help.
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