The Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services has declared a winter shelter warning for the period of Saturday, February 24 at 4 pm through Sunday, February 25 at 9 am. Call 211 (available 24/7) or 443-984-9540 to connect with shelter. Get more info here.


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Since 2011, Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition has offered services and advocated for people targeted by the war on drugs and anti sex-worker policies. We spoke with Policy Manager Owen O’Keefe about BHRC’s continued goals for harm reduction in Baltimore.

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Spend a day with Call Center RN Kayla Zabkowski—fielding client requests for refills, lab results, medical questions and following up with clients who were recently discharged from the hospital. “I like digging through the database and trying to piece together a client's health story so they get the care they need,” Kayla explains.


Our staff are going the extra mile… literally! Meet the coolest staff-led 5K teams on the block, and get inspired to join their teams or create your own. See you at Patterson Park on November 4! 

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As a therapist case manager, it brings me joy to help clients process their feelings and thoughts – and to really, deeply listen. So many more of us need access to this kind of care and support since the isolation of COVID, which was particularly harmful to neighbors without housing.


Although it is not yet a national holiday the Indigenous Peoples' Day Act, which was reintroduced to Congress on October 2, 2023, proposes for the second Monday of October to be designated as Indigenous Peoples' Day nationwide. Explore a few ways you can commemorate Indigenous Peoples Day in 2023.


¡Del viernes 15 de septiembre al domingo 15 de octubre es el Mes de la Herencia Hispana 2023! Estos son algunos recursos y formas de celebrar este año.

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Christina Bauer, CFRE, first joined Health Care for the Homeless in 2010. A native of Rochester, NY with a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University, Christina is an experienced fundraiser who has put in years of work as a Sr. Major Gifts Officer. Get to know more about Christina, and what's ahead for the Development Department at Health Care for the Homeless.


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Registration for the Rock Your Socks 5K is off to the races! Ready your sneaks, find your most colorful socks and meet us at Patterson Park as we run to end homelessness. Register today.


This summer we've already seen how hard it is for those experiencing homelessness when it's not safe to be outside.



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