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

05.03.17

Health Care for the Homeless is expanding its relationship with the Baltimore City Department of Social Services (DSS) through a new partnership with the city’s foster care system.

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04.26.17

Our Work: Client Art Exhibition 2017 is a testament to the important role art plays in our lives, as well as the lives of those around us. Each year, we welcome community members to view client art and meet the artists behind the work.

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04.25.17

Last week, we welcomed Constellation Energy to host its 4th Annual Free Market Day at Health Care for the Homeless.

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04.19.17
 

Don’t give up. That’s the message we’ll take away after watching Center Stage’s special Mobile Unit performance of Endgame. But the play takes an unusual route to get there. To land on this important theme, playwright Samuel Beckett mixes in a few key ingredients. Here’s what you need to look out for…

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04.12.17

It's official: SOAR just completed its 500th case in Baltimore! For individuals with behavioral health disabilities that the program has served, this is life changing. See what our SOAR team does and how they do it.

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04.12.17

We have a CFO! Please say hello to Tom when you see him about. Meantime, read a little about him here.

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04.12.17

Well, safe consumption centers didn’t get traction during this legislative session, but the hard work we as an agency did to advocate for them, along with other opioid-related legislation, paid off. The General Assembly overwhelmingly passed the HOPE Act, an omnibus bill bundling various measures to address our state’s opioid use crisis.

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04.04.17

At Health Care for the Homeless, there’s a lot to share – and even more ways to share it. With multiple sites and endless prime wall space, figuring out where and how to put up flyers can be quite the challenge.

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03.29.17

Health Care for the Homeless is continuing to drive information security improvements into our environment. This week we’re updating our web access policies.

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03.29.17

Our City Council passed a $15 minimum wage bill. Our mayor vetoed it. Now the council threatens to squander an opportunity to override that veto. Meanwhile, the cheapest rent in Baltimore requires $16.37/hr pay. We need that law.

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