Our News

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

07.23.20

Bushra Lohrasbi is always on the run—literally. And not even a quarantine can stop her.

It was late-April and Bushra was like most of us: stuck at home. COVID-19 had brought an early end to her final semester at Penn State, and she was back at her parents’ house in Ellicott City, looking for a way to help.

1852
07.23.20

Ranette and David have known each other since the fourth grade. In fact, David was Ranette’s first boyfriend. They grew apart, but found their way back to each other. And last fall, they got engaged and began the exciting (and stressful) process of planning their wedding.

1851
07.23.20

It’s early in the morning and Kim Hawkins sits out on her balcony. A rustling bush across the street in Leakin Park catches her attention. Out pops a fawn, then another, then another. Six in total.

“They’re out there playing just like kids!” she says. “It’s so peaceful here. I love it.”

1850
07.08.20

Enjoy a short Q&A with our new IT Director!

1847
07.07.20

The Baltimore Sun amplified these voices in a front page article calling for state investment in rent relief.

1846
07.02.20

Health Care for the Homeless client and community leader Paul Behler was killed last Sunday morning during a robbery near Lexington Market. Read staff memories and about Paul's life and death in an article from The Baltimore Sun.

1842
06.10.20

Client Relations Coordinator, Malcolm Williams, LCSW-C shared the poetry below at our agency talent show in the wake of George Floyd's murder.

1833
06.03.20

Health Care for the Homeless stands in solidarity with people across the United States and around the world mourning and protesting the death of George Floyd. We stand with those who remember Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Botham Jean, Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray, Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and countless others who died unnecessarily at the hands of police or white assailants.

1817
05.20.20

Since day one of COVID-19, many of you have asked, “Where can people who have no home go to safely quarantine or self-isolate?”
 
Find information about Baltimore City’s plan and the role we're playing.

1803
05.13.20

At the start of this month, The Baltimore Sun honored the nurses and nurse practitioners of Health Care for the Homeless as Heroes of the Week. Read the nomination and article here.

1801

Pages