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Do you need health care?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, let us help you

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Health Care for the Homeless: 410-837-5533

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If you are having a life-threatening emergency, please call 911

If you need immediate help finding shelter or a place to eat, call 211 or click here.

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At Health Care for the Homeless, Armstead Hetherington is a bit of a celebrity. On any given day, you’ll find him chatting or laughing with staff and clients or participating in one of several advocacy groups. His big smile and bright eyes make him a draw in any crowd. For years, Armstead shied away from being in the spotlight because he was missing most of his teeth.

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An escape from domestic violence in summer 2014 quickly landed 22-year-old Olivia and her young daughter, Caroline, on Baltimore’s streets. With her mother no longer living, her father in prison and her siblings struggling with their own challenges, Olivia had no safety net and nowhere to go.

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