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Through the end of 2024, we’re offering hiring bonuses for full-time and part-time social work positions in our clinics.

Various figures and scenes of women's history featuring women's history month

March welcomes Women’s History Month. We come together to honor all those who experience life through the lens, body, spirit, and identity of a woman. Explore a few ways you can celebrate Women’s History Month— past, present, future, and fluid—in 2024.

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We are delighted to announce the promotion of Wynona China from Director of Health Informatics to Senior Director of Health Informatics. In the last five years with us, Wynona transformed our approach to data, oversaw the transition to a new electronic health record system (athenaOne) and is now diving into medical records management. Keep up with her if you can!


Earlier this year, the Health Resources and Services Administration and the Bureau of Primary Health Care rolled out 2023 Community Health Quality Recognition Badges. Health Care for the Homeless received four badges, the most of any federally qualified health center in Baltimore!

Portrait of smiling dark-skinned woman in white dental coat in front of a brick wall background

We are thrilled to welcome Khaleila Brannon, DDS, to lead the dental department at Health Care for the Homeless. In addition to seven years of experience as a practicing dentist in Maryland, Khaleila brings a deep passion for community and public health. 


Last year, we joined the Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) and hired Senior Nurse Care Coordinator Heather Douglas to help improve access for Medicare clients with pressing health needs. In this edition of our "Day in the life" series, let's see how she spends her days.  

Brown-skinned woman smiles at the camera with a book on her lap; a magenta graphic reads "Pass the Mic with Kaelah Jordan"

“Pass the Mic” is a storytelling space featuring the voices and stories of people with a lived experience of homelessness. In this edition, we hear from self-declared nerd, mom and Sojourner Place at Oliver resident Kaelah Jordan. 

The Words Black History Month with figures featured in the words. The figures include Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Barack Obama, and more.

February 1st marks the start of Black History Month. During this time, we have a chance to focus on the significant role Black populations have played in shaping the world and to celebrate their contributions to society that have often gone overlooked.


Marian and Dr. Meredith Johnston talk about overcoming prior experiences with mental health care and the relationship that forms between client and provider. 

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OnPoint NYC is one of the first organizations in the country to launch Overdose Prevention Sites. People can consume pre-approved substances while under professional supervision at these facilities. Senior Peer Recovery Specialist Vicky Stewart, CPRS and Registered Nurse Kathy Pretl, RN traveled three hours north with the rest of the Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) team at Health Care for the Homeless to see a safe consumption site in action.



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