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Nate Thomas

Nate Thomas has no regrets—about his past or his present. He’s optimistic about his future, and if you ask him, he’ll tell you that he’s right where he’s supposed to be.

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Melvin Jones

Melvin is a people person. He likes talking, and after sitting with him for a few minutes, you feel like you’ve known him for years. So when he came into Health Care for the Homeless a few months ago for a check-up with his medical provider, it wasn’t too surprising that he told us he was loving his new found career in sales.

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James Barnes

His journey from sickness and homelessness to health and stability has been a long one. But it’s been steady. And throughout, his optimism and determination to keep moving forward have never wavered. As James always likes to say, “I never gave up.”

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Britney Dancy

Britney has an infectious smile. Her warmth fills up the room and it’s almost like you can feel the hope that’s bubbling inside her. Even when she and her four-year-old son Mason were bouncing around between different family member’s homes, and later living in a shelter, she remained optimistic.

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People experiencing homelessness who are 25 to 44 years old are three times more likely to die of heart disease than people who are housed.

What's New


09.22.17

Over the past several months, Health Care for the Homeless clients, staff, community members and partners have engaged in a five-month strategic planning process to develop a plan to shape the agency’s direction over the next four years: 2018–2021.

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09.20.17

We've all grown a little numb to efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act—after so many failed attempts. Meantime, hurricanes, earthquakes and North Korea consume our attention. But the latest repeal effort could be the most viable yet—and the most damaging to our community.

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09.07.17

Just a few weeks ago, we asked you to tell Baltimore County lawmakers to support Prologue, Inc. Now, we’d like to say thank you for stepping up and helping deliver a big win for Prologue and Baltimore County.  

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09.05.17

On August 31, we participated in a city-wide push to prevent overdose deaths through naloxone trainings. Alongside community partners and the Baltimore City Health Department—who gave out free naloxone to Overdose Response Programs all over Baltimore—our outreach team was able to train and provide naloxone to 150 people!

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