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

02.12.20

We rounded up all the information you need to get fired up for Lobby Day 2020! Maps, agenda, bill info...you name it. Take a look.

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02.06.20

On January 29, providers welcomed 37 clients to our annual Women's Health Day! Learn more about the day and see our popular sugar scrub recipe for your own self-care.

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02.04.20

Thank you to the amazing volunteers, chefs, sponsors, staff—and to YOU—for making the Health Care for the Homeless Chocolate Affair such a success.

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01.28.20

The 2019 National SOAR Outcomes Report is out! And the Maryland SOAR program got lots of well-deserved recognition—making it into multiple SOAR Super Star categories.

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01.27.20

Baltimore native and Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day planning member Mark Council helps keep friends who have passed away alive in love.

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01.27.20

Like many of us, Debbie Sostman has struggled with what to do when she sees people sleeping on the street. Before volunteering, she felt disconnected and unsure of how to help.

“I think a lot of us are aware of the work that needs to be done in Baltimore, and we feel this huge weight on our chest,” Debbie reflects. “For me, the way to lift that weight is to further engage.”

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01.27.20

It’s early on a Monday and a group of friends sit around a table talking. Val’s mom is in the hospital. Lonnie’s feet are bothering him again. Edna sang in the choir at church. Clinton smiles and says, “How about those Ravens?!” The table erupts in cheers.

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01.27.20

Last year, our Baltimore County team helped Rickiea Sanders move her family from the emergency shelter into a home of their own. Clinic Manager La Keesha Arrington-Vega sat down with Rickiea to reflect on their strong and spirited bond.

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01.22.20

Get to know our new Chief Medical Officer through this brief Q&A!

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01.21.20

Each year, our Convalescent Care Program (CCP) helps hundreds of people regain health and stability after recovering from an acute illness or injury. And yet, we know there aren’t enough beds for everyone who needs one.

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