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06.14.19

Eight brave staff members presented ideas during the Innovation Challenge...See who won and what great ideas will be coming to a clinic near you!

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06.11.19

Most of you know that naloxone is a low-barrier and effective way to prevent someone from dying from an opioid overdose. Maybe you even carry it with you in case you’re able to help someone you see in need of help.

Over the last few years, Maryland has made some critical moves to prevent opioid overdose deaths and to put naloxone in the hands of more people:

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06.04.19

What do you get when you bring 900 people from over 300 Health Care for the Homeless programs to Washington, DC to discuss how we can work together for justice?

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05.20.19

Q&A with public grants guru Margaret Flanagan on how data save lives.

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05.14.19

This year, eight brave staff members will face the sharks during the Innovation Challenge. Peruse their ideas below and get ready to cast your vote at In-Service on May 30. 

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05.07.19

Most recently the Administrative Director of Finance for St. Mary's Hospital in Richmond, Gary Welch brings 10+ years of hospital finance and operations experience to the CFO role. He has worked in multiple hospitals in the Bon Secours Health System and for Select Medical in Pennsylvania. And we're thrilled that he's here now. 

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05.02.19

Gabby Knighton and Dan Atzmon are counting down the days until their wedding in May.

But a kitchen full of china felt out of sync with Gabby and Dan’s “creaky old rowhome” and the work they do in homeless and public service.

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05.02.19

Julia Felton gives a window into her work at the front desk.

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Our West Baltimore care team puts clients like Eugene at the center.
05.02.19

Wouldn’t it be great to go to a single office to get all of your basic health care needs met? No more calling around to different offices or trying to coordinate appointments all by yourself. This is our vision at Health Care for the Homeless.

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Youth use their experience with homelessness to make a difference.
05.02.19

Remember your early 20s? Perhaps you were looking for work or maybe you were in school—likely you were becoming independent for the first time.

“It’s difficult for anyone, even with a lot of resources, to figure out how to be an adult and look after yourself,” says therapist Meredith McHugh, LMSW.

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