I was fourteen, pregnant, and scared
"Soon my baby came and I figured things would be oky. Then I found out I was HIV+ and I was terrified. Is my baby sick too? Am I going to die? Does anybody care? It's not fair. I was angry and felt hopeless. Everything I did meant more. For me. and for my baby. Then I found this great place to live. And grow. And get some answers. I know I mad the right choice. I'm at Rainbow House.""Rainbow House is a long-term care residece for adolescents and teen mothers with their infants who are HIV+ or have AIDS."
Photograph of a young woman seated with superimposed text.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease) in adolescentsAIDS (Disease) in infantsCommunity health servicesHousingMothersPregnancySocial acceptanceYouth
Trenton, New Jersey, USA
86.5cm x 53.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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