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08.26.19

If you’re a parent or have a young person in your life, you’ve probably had times when you ran out of diapers two hours into a five-hour outing. Panic-inducing, right?

Now imagine if you simply couldn't afford both diapers and food for your child. Nobody—housed or unhoused—should have to make that impossible choice. 

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08.01.19

On Thursday, August 1, Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced his nomination of Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman as the new County Health Officer.

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07.22.19

Remember your 8th birthday? Audrey, who just wrapped up second grade, will always remember hers: It was the time she and her friends helped out new moms and their babies!

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07.22.19

Lutheran Volunteer Corps member Hannah Wright reflects on her year as a Spanish Medical Interpreter

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07.22.19

Abena* felt sick and sluggish for weeks after fleeing Ghana and arriving in Maryland. She couldn’t afford the $25 copay at a community clinic. Plus, she had more pressing matters on her mind, like fending for her son.

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07.22.19

Chief Health Officer Nilesh Kalyanaraman sees firsthand the policy barriers to treating people with hepatitis C.

John and Regina were two of my clients with hepatitis C, a disease that we can cure. But, because of insurance restrictions, I could only treat John.

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07.22.19

Jeff* had a lucrative job in information technology, played guitar and enjoyed the outdoors. But like many of us, Jeff felt overwhelmed by suffering in the world around him. And listening to the news added to his feeling that things were hopeless. “I couldn’t listen to NPR driving into work anymore because it was bringing me down every day,” he reflects.

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07.15.19

Grab your most colorful socks and join us on Saturday, November 2 for our annual Rock Your Socks 5K. Together, we’ll cruise around Lake Montebello, rock out to great music and grab some delicious donuts—all to raise money to help kids without homes get the care they deserve.

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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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