Homeward is here!

10.24.17

It’s been a busy year here at Health Care for the Homeless so far—we’ve continued to grow our staff, developed some new partnerships, rolled out a strategic plan to guide us for the next four years—and we even increased the size of one of our clinics by almost five times! And we’re not done yet.

We thought long and hard about how to best share all the exciting work we’re doing with you, our community, on a regular basis. And this month, we launch a quarterly Health Care for the Homeless newsletter, Homeward, to do just that.

Homeward will allow you and fellow readers to gain deeper insight into our community—our clients, staff, volunteers, donors, partners—and the work we do together each day to prevent and end homelessness. Each issue will include stories about members of our community, programs we offer through our clinics, upcoming events and much, much more. 

Interested in receiving a copy of Homeward by mail? Sign up here!  

Questions and/or feedback about Homeward? Email Kate Leisner.

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