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"Yo soy de mi país." Oscar is a barber and family man, seen here in a jersey for the Honduras national football team. This story was translated from the original Spanish.
TODAY - Musical offering for Health Care for the Homeless Community
Nevaeh lived with her parents in an abandoned building until she was one. Lead poisoning, severe speech delays and foster care followed. But now, Nevaeh is thriving thanks to the excellent care she's been receiving at Health Care for the Homeless.
"LGBTQ+ youth are 40% more likely to be homeless - it’s important to provide community and support."
People experiencing homelessness are twice as likely as their housed counterparts to experience a heart attack or stroke.
"Each person showed me there was somebody else here that could help."
We advocate for individual clients, but we also advocate for policy change because it’s the only way to end homelessness for ALL our clients.
Women in crisis have a safe space and excellent care because of you. Your support makes sure women like Linda Mason get care when they need it most.
Linda’s world flipped upside down when her cancer returned two years ago. Isolated and afraid, Linda turned to alcohol to numb the pain and fear. Luckily, she knew where she could go for help.