The winter shelter status is ACTIVE Saturday, February 16 through Tuesday, February 19 at 8 a.m. Extra shelter space will be available for single adults and families. Find more details here

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08.07.17

In just a few weeks, trips to the beach will come to a halt, the kids will go back to school and those warm, sunny days will become just fleeting memories. But the cooler weather doesn't only signify the end of summer, it also marks the start of flu season.

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08.01.17

The Point-in-Time Count’s preliminary report on homelessness has many talking about what’s happening right here in our city and our state.

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07.26.17

We broke ground on Sojourner Place at Argyle in March, and now we're ready to fill it with tenants! 

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07.19.17

Timely note completion ensures that our clients are getting the best possible care we can provide.

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07.05.17

As the agency continues to grow, it's easy to sometimes feel disconnected. So this week, we’re encouraging you to reach out, spark conversation and get to know some new faces by playing a little BINGO...

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06.28.17

On June 27, the board of directors welcomed three new client members, growing the number of client seats on the board from three to five.

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06.14.17

Once a year, the broader Health Care for the Homeless community comes from all over the country to share insight around our work and help one another grow and learn. It’s an occasion for innovative thought and a meeting of the minds.

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06.06.17

Clementine has spent years helping people find stable housing as a peer advocate at Health Care for the Homeless. Now, she owns her first-ever home thanks to a program with Habitat for Humanity. 

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06.01.17

Grab your ID badges and brush up on your emergency codes. Most importantly, carry on with the great work you do every day. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) reviewers will conduct an operational site visit June 6–8. Who are they, and what do they want with us? Find out.

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05.26.17

When Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed HB1 on May 25, he sent the message that Marylanders don’t deserve time off work when they’re sick.

 

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