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

01.19.21

Lifelong Baltimorean and retired teacher Claire Ritterhoff is no stranger to putting her sewing skills to use for others.

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12.24.20

We’ve made it to the end of 2020.

It's tempting to say “finally,” but nothing feels settled. We are still balanced on a knife’s edge—dealing with a rising pandemic, widespread hunger, unemployment and isolation.

But we persist. We have hope. And at our best, we take care of each other.

Luis Castillo never had a lot, but he was proud to help...

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12.16.20

On Thursday, December 17 we remembered the lives of 155 people with the experience of homelessness who died in 2020.

Read their names and watch the memorial here. 

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12.11.20

Q&A with our new Chief Quality Officer

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12.07.20

Every year at our staff retreat, we take time to honor and celebrate staff members who best represent our Core Values and one HCH-er at Heart. 

Review this year's awardees here!

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12.05.20

This month, with COVID-19 cases rising, it's an especially important time to protect against the flu. Population Health Nurse Tracy Russell and Director of Compliance Margaret Flanagan explain why we need to keep the spotlight on flu season, now more than ever.This

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11.23.20

Baltimore gets dangerously cold, and too many of our neighbors are out there.

Want to help, but don’t know how? Here are three simple things you can do to make a difference in someone’s life this winter. 

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11.17.20

Introducing a new staff Racial Equity and Inclusion (REI) Committee comprised of nine staff members who will advise the Executive Team on racial equity vision, strategy and transformation within our agency in the months to come.

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11.17.20

Many of us are struggling to navigate holiday gatherings and travel decisions this year. We've rounded up a few resources - and some memes and gifs - that might help.

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11.17.20

Should I risk it?

This simple question has been on our minds constantly for the last eight months. Is it safe for me to go to the grocery store, let alone the pharmacy or my doctor’s office?

But people who need treatment for heart disease, diabetes or cancer must accept that risk. And we must be there for them.

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