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06.03.24

June 1 marks the start of Pride Month! Below are a few ways you can commemorate Pride this year. 

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05.21.24

This year's National Health Care for the Homeless conference was the largest in history, with over 1,100 attendees—including eight of our very own HCHers! Staff and clients presented on our work ending homelessness here in Baltimore. Check out photos and more from the 2024 Conference below.

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05.06.24

Earlier this year, two staff members were recognized for their leadership with a grant from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation. The grant supports leaders of color from organizations supported by the Foundation.

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04.29.24

May is Asian American, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian Heritage Month, a time to celebrate and honor the diverse cultures, histories, and contributions of these communities.

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Darked-skinned man in glasses smiles, holding up an award that reads "Passion"
04.29.24

Gregory Rogers is a Senior Community Health Worker (CHW) with years of experience in addiction counseling. A vital part of a client’s care team, CHWs work with clients to navigate care both in the clinic and out in the community. See how Greg spends his days!

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Magenta Pass the Mic with Curtis McLaughlin graphic, next to a photo of a dark-skinned man with long dreadlocks holding up artwork
04.26.24

An artist, gamer, and movie lover, Curtis McLaughlin has been part of the Health Care for the Homeless Art Group for more than five years. Get to know Curtis in the lasted edition of "Pass the Mic".

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Side profile of Mark Council speaking into a microphone to a crowd outside
04.22.24

Client storytelling is a staple of the nonprofit business model, ever present in advocacy, clinic tours, fundraising—and news articles like the one you are reading right now.

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The Trans Health Equity Act bill signing; Governor Moore is joined by advocates, including members of the Trans Rights Advocacy Coalition
04.22.24

The Trans Rights Advocacy Coalition (TRAC) has been the driving force in championing trans rights policy changes in Maryland. Due to stigma and structural discrimination, transgender people—particularly transgender people of color—experience high rates of homelessness. Following the implementation of the Trans Health Equity Act in January, we talked with TRAC leadership about their work and community. 

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Black woman smiling as she presents a powerpoint about health determinants
04.19.24

Since starting in January 2022, REI Health Specialist Arie Hayre-Somuah, LMSW, MPH has worked with our clinical teams to identify health disparities and move us closer to health equity. This year, she is turning her focus to the topic of health literacy.

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Picture of Hanna Mast, a white woman wearing glasses and an orange sweater
04.02.24

We are delighted to announce the promotion of Hanna Mast from Senior Communications Manager to Director of Communications. Get to know more about her work in the Q&A below!

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