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

11.01.17

Open enrollment is the time when people can shop for insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges and either renew their old plan or sign up for a new one. Some who miss the open enrollment period will not be able to sign up for health insurance in 2018.

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10.24.17

It’s been a busy year here at Health Care for the Homeless so far—we’ve continued to grow our staff, developed some new partnerships, rolled out a strategic plan to guide us for the next four years—and we even increased the size of one of our clinics by almost five times! And we’re not done yet.

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10.19.17

Her voice makes a difference.

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10.19.17

Nevaeh is thriving thanks to the excellent care she's been receiving at Health Care for the Homeless.

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10.03.17

On Saturday, September 30, our Baltimore County staff members moved out of a tiny, 500 square-foot space into a brand new—much bigger—home.

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09.22.17

Over the past several months, Health Care for the Homeless clients, staff, community members and partners have engaged in a five-month strategic planning process to develop a plan to shape the agency’s direction over the next four years: 2018–2021.

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09.20.17

We've all grown a little numb to efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act—after so many failed attempts. Meantime, hurricanes, earthquakes and North Korea consume our attention. But the latest repeal effort could be the most viable yet—and the most damaging to our community.

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09.12.17

Dr. Parita Patel has been doing big things at Health Care for the Homeless since she joined the dental team almost two years ago. She spearheaded the dental program at our West Baltimore clinic, and will now move to 421 Fallsway to take on the role as our new Dental Director.

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09.07.17

Just a few weeks ago, we asked you to tell Baltimore County lawmakers to support Prologue, Inc. Now, we’d like to say thank you for stepping up and helping deliver a big win for Prologue and Baltimore County.  

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09.05.17

On August 31, we participated in a city-wide push to prevent overdose deaths through naloxone trainings. Alongside community partners and the Baltimore City Health Department—who gave out free naloxone to Overdose Response Programs all over Baltimore—our outreach team was able to train and provide naloxone to 150 people!

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