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01.17.20

"You have brain cancer.”

When Ms. Andrea Hill got this news late last year, she called the one person who was always there for her: Health Care for the Homeless Peer Advocate Ry-Keara Bates

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01.08.20

Join fellow staff at the annual National Health Care For the Homeless Council Conference & Policy Symposium on May 11-14 in Phoenix, AZ. The theme for 2020 is EQuality = Equality + Quality; the theme emphasizes the vitality of coordinated and comprehensive health care to successfully end homelessness. 

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12.22.19

On Saturday, December 21, we gathered to remember the 183 clients, friends, family members and community members with the experience of homelessness who passed away in 2019.

Read their names and join us in keeping them Alive in Love. 

Brittany Addy

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12.20.19

The Development Department at Health Care for the Homeless is actively looking for a Development Associate to join the team at 201. If you love customer service and want to work with donors, consider applying today!

View the full job description here.

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12.19.19

Mark your calendars for a glamorous night out full of joy, energy and chocolate! Need more convincing? We've rounded up the top reasons to attend.

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12.10.19

 Get your tickets now for a glamorous night out full of joy, energy and chocolate! Need more convincing? We've rounded up the top reasons to attend.

 

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12.09.19

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 winners.

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11.05.19

Over 400 runners, walkers, cheerers and volunteers enjoyed a sunny, if chilly, morning at Lake Montebello for the sixth annual Rock Your Socks 5K on Saturday, November 2.

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11.04.19

Q: Why should we invest in West Baltimore?
I’ve seen a lot of health disparities. Life expectancy is much lower. Jobs in the area are scarce. Public transportation is not reliable. And people have significant medical, mental health and substance use needs that aren’t being met. It’s where we need to be.

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11.04.19

What does home mean to you? Safety, privacy, comfort—each of us probably has a different answer. For Nettie (read her story here) a home is an opportunity to bring her family together.

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