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08.03.16

By Tuesday, August 9, all of our desktop computers will be outfitted with Microsoft Office 2016. It’s a bit of a leap—to go from Office 2010 to Office 2016 all at once. But just think: We all will be using the same (read: latest) versions of Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint as much of the rest of the world.

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07.20.16

We all know, juggling—and navigating—Medicaid and Medicare is hard. A recent visit from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to our downtown clinic gives us new hope that life will get easier for our "dually eligible" clients—and the staff members who support them.

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07.14.16

Adam Schneider, our tenacious advocate for social justice of 11 years, leaves us on July 29 for the scholarly halls of the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Mark your calendars for Thursday, July 28, 3-5 p.m., for a client-hosted open house to bid him farewell.

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07.07.16

Few of us get our portrait taken against Baltimore's fabulous skyline as a backdrop. But then, few of us spend our every day championing Health Care for the Homeless among prospective partners and volunteers.

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05.13.16

Every Wednesday, women come together at the downtown clinic of Health Care for the Homeless for discussion and support. On May 11, group facilitator Lydia Santiago did things up a little bit—in honor of Women's Health Week—and 30 ladies lunched, talked the gamut of women's health matters, laughed and loved.

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04.25.16

On May 19, we'll be celebrating the work of client artists. Join us—5-7 p.m. at 421 Fallsway!

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04.05.16

MD House passed paid sick leave today. Make sure the Senate follows suit. Contact your state senator ASAP.

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04.04.16

Saturday, April 9: Eight individuals will share their stories of homelessness at The Unheard Voices, a monologue event hosted by Baltimore's Faces of Homelessness Speakers' Bureau and MICA CREATE.

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03.16.16

Healthy eating is taking hold here at Health Care for the Homeless, as providers and clients explore possibilities for planning and preparing nurtritious meals—with limited resources.

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03.14.16

On March 10, Maryland lawmakers restored the right to vote for individuals with felony records. The next morning, Health Care for the Homeless client advocates began registering their peers—in time for April's primary elections.

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