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The 2019 National SOAR Outcomes Report is out! And the Maryland SOAR program got lots of well-deserved recognition—making it into multiple SOAR Super Star categories. SOAR programs (of which Health Care for the Homeless is lead in Baltimore City) connect people experiencing homelessness with financial stability by helping them apply for SSI/SSDI benefits.
In 2019, Maryland stood out for...
Check out the full report here.
Congratulations to the whole team!
To refer clients to the program or find out more, read this one-pager explaining our SOAR process at Health Care for the Homeless!
Since 1999 when transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith organzied a vigil for Rita Hester, a transgender woman murdered in 1998, November 20 has marked Transgender Day of Remembrance. Rounding out Transgender Awareness Week, this day is a time for transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) community members, advocates and allies to come together to honor the lives and say the names of TNGC people lost to anti-trans violence.
When I first came to Health Care for the Homeless three years ago with my sister I had high blood pressure, prostate problems and no form of treatment or medication. Now, as a member of the Board of Directors, I motivate clients to keep on top of their health and stay connected with providers. I feel the good it did for me, and I want that for others, too.