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Almost five times the size of our old space, the new Baltimore County clinic will greatly expand access to care for people experiencing homelessness. 


On August 31, our outreach team came out in full force to train 150 people to use naloxone, an overdose-reversing medication that saves lives. And thanks to naloxone doses provided by the Baltimore City Health Department, we were able to give out the medication alongside the trainings. 


Last week we kicked off Phase I of the 2018-2021 Strategic Plan. Here are some shots of our fun-filled afternoon. 


Our West Baltimore clinic now offers client support groups! Recently, we held an open house for clients to drop in and learn all about the groups, which include smoking cessation, nutrition and diabetes management, and wellness and recovery action plan. 


In just a few months, a dozen of our clients will be able to call Sojourner Place at Argyle Avenue home! Take a look at the building's progress...


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. 


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. 


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


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


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.