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Every November, we run and walk to raise money for our neighbors without homes. Join us Saturday, November 4 for the 2017 Rock Your Socks to Health & Home 5K. 

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From June 21-24, dozens of our fellow staff memebers and clients headed to Washington, D.C. to present, organize and attend the National Health Care for the Homeless conference. 

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The rain couldn't stop the party at our annual staff shindig...

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Anthony Williams is a client. An advocate. And an artist.

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Year-round, clients at Health Care for the Homeless come together to make art and to talk about the important role art plays in their lives and path toward stability. And each year, we celebrate that work with our client art show. This year, Our Work: Client Art Exhibition 2017 highlighted some exceptional talent, creativity and imagination.

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"Sometimes I wonder if I'm in my right mind, then it passes over and I'm as lucid as before," so we hear in Samuel Beckett's Endgame, a tale of perseverance amidst some of the darkest times.

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On April 20, Health Care for the Homeless, in conjunction with Constellation Energy, hosted its 4th Annual Free Market Day. Though a bit dreary outside, the day was full of warmth and sharing. Check out some of the day's highlights below. 

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On April 4, we welcomed dozens of community members, local partners and Health Care for the Homeless staff to participate in a community forum with one focus: housing. As we develop our four-year strategic plan, access to housing is square on the agenda, and thanks to over 300 participants who responded to our community survey, we now know it's #1 on your radars, too. 

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Take a look at some highlights from  Our Work: Client Art Exhibition 2016. The show featured 10 artists, all Health Care for the Homeless clients and participants in our art group.

We hope you'll join us in th elobby at 421 Fallsway on Thursday, May 4, 5-7 p.m. for this year's exhibition! 

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Thanks to a partnership between Episcopal Housing Corporation, Towner Management Co. and Health Care for the Homeless, we broke ground on Sojourner Place at Argyle Avenue and ushered in a new supportive housing development. 

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