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03.06.18

Somewhere in the throes of Shakespeare’s old-fashioned verses are timeless tales of love, friendship and silly shenanigans. And when it comes to his comedic work, we’re especially in for a treat.   

We are excited to welcome back The Baltimore Center Stage Mobile Unit for a performance of Twelfth Night, one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.

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03.05.18

On March 1, more than 200 staff members, clients and community partners loaded buses to Annapolis for a day packed with rallies, legislative visits and hearings. Here are the highlights from Lobby Day 2018…

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02.06.18

Saturday, February 3 had all the right ingredients for one sweet night at Baltimore Marriott Waterfront:

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02.06.18

The flu can lead to serious health complications. It can even be deadly. And this year’s flu is one of the most harmful in years. What's worse, February is the peak month for the flu. 39 states—including Maryland—are experiencing "high" flu activity.

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01.30.18

Director or Housing Services Lawanda Williams and her team recently navigated their client, Ms. L*, through some very hard circumstances. Ms. L was diagnosed with stage 4-vulvar cancer, and doctors recommended radiation and chemotherapy. Right in the thick of intense treatment, physicians decided they wouldn’t prescribe Ms. L pain medication because of struggles with substance use.

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01.29.18

Jimmy's new home at Sojourner Place is the "launch pad" for his future. Next up: putting his old plumbing tools back to work. 

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01.22.18

Amid the latest round of forced encampment closures, our position remains what it has always been: forced closures are not the solution to homelessness, and they do harm.

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01.12.18

Both legislative chambers voted to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of last year’s successful paid sick leave bill.

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01.12.18

January 12 was not the usual Friday at 421 Fallsway. Amidst the daily work of providing health care and supportive services to some 300 neighbors without homes, we hosted the nation’s two top health officials.

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01.02.18

A Code Blue Alert is in effect until Monday, January 8 and a winter shelter declaration (when the temperature is 32 degrees or below) has been made until Thursday, January 11, meaning additional shelter beds are available for those who need them.

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