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What's happening in our Health Care for the Homeless community...

08.14.18

We’re an agency of movers and shakers. So it comes as no surprise that many staff members are moving into bigger and better roles—right here!

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08.14.18

In 2016, thousands of community members raised their voices in support of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund—a bill that would require public investment in affordable housing. With 180,000 Baltimore City residents voting favorably for the fund, it passed without a hitch. But without a sustainable funding stream, the fund itself sat empty for nearly two years.

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08.03.18

Join us on November 3 for a morning of loud socks, team spirit and doing good! Together, with walkers, runners, stroller-pushers and furry friends, we’ll take to the Lake Montebello track for our annual Rock Your Socks to Health & Home 5K. The best part? Your steps help children and families experiencing homelessness get care with dignity and pursue the healthy futures they deserve.

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07.30.18

On any given day, 175 people will die from overdose in the United States.

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07.17.18

Last summer, when Danielle tried to enroll her three children into school, it was a little like preparing for a long voyage: the documentation and registration forms, countless trips to the store for school supplies and, of course, vaccinations and physicals.

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07.17.18

Board member Eric Wendler shares one simple way to care for neighbors experiencing homelessness.

Q: Help doesn’t always come in the form of money. Sometimes it’s food, water or simply a smile. During these hot summer months, how do you help?

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07.10.18

Passion and authenticity.

Those are the core values our staff shared with four social work students from Kochi, India last week.

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07.05.18

We searched long and hard for our new Director of Engagement and we are excited to announce that we’ve found the perfect fit: Eddie Martin!

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06.21.18

Former Health Care for the Homeless client Kiarra Boulware couldn’t seem to overcome the drugs and violence overwhelming Sandtown, where she grew up and where nearly half of all families live in poverty.

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Danny and Eva work closely with LGBTQ+ clients to ensure they recieve the best care possible.
06.12.18

When Mary* lost her home, she turned to a local shelter for help. What she found was abuse and sexual assault.

For transgender people like Mary, the experience of being homeless is dangerous and hostile.

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