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

06.28.17

On June 27, the board of directors welcomed three new client members, growing the number of client seats on the board from three to five.

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06.14.17

Once a year, the broader Health Care for the Homeless community comes from all over the country to share insight around our work and help one another grow and learn. It’s an occasion for innovative thought and a meeting of the minds.

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06.06.17

Clementine has spent years helping people find stable housing as a peer advocate at Health Care for the Homeless. Now, she owns her first-ever home thanks to a program with Habitat for Humanity. 

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06.01.17

Grab your ID badges and brush up on your emergency codes. Most importantly, carry on with the great work you do every day. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) reviewers will conduct an operational site visit June 6–8. Who are they, and what do they want with us? Find out.

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05.26.17

When Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed HB1 on May 25, he sent the message that Marylanders don’t deserve time off work when they’re sick.

 

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05.24.17

We've had a recent spike in K2 code blues at our downtown clinic. Learn more about K2—and how you can help our clients stay safe.

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05.16.17

Adapted by Ren Pepitone from several journals of Health Care for the Homeless client Anthony Williams, the new play The King of Howard Street hits close to home.

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05.16.17

A nomination process is underway to fill two client seats on the Health Care for the Homeless Board of Directors in June. Please consider submitting a nomination.

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05.15.17

In a Baltimore Sun op-ed, Health Care for the Homeless, Congressman Elijah Cummings and Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen warn that "gutting Medicaid will harm generations to come." 

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05.15.17

When James came to Health Care for the Homeless, he realized that he could do more than find a job and a place to live: He could help others get back on their feet, too.

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