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Baltimore City Overdose Alert - A spike in overdoses was detected on Wednesday, May 23 in Southwest Baltimore. Such spikes are often related to tainted or particularly potent heroin (including heroin laced with fentanyl). Please share this information and encourage family, friends and neighbors to get trained to administer the overdose-reversing medication, Naloxone.
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At Health Care for the Homeless, we provide comprehensive health care and supportive services to people experiencing homelessness, including but not limited to children, youth, adults and families who are:
Regardless of immigration status, we address our clients’ health care needs.
At Health Care for the Homeless, we see individuals and families experiencing homelessness, regardless of insurance coverage.
For those clients with Medicaid or Medicare, we accept most plans.
For those who do not have insurance…
*Consistent with federal law, no one is denied care at Health Care for the Homeless if unable to pay.
Young people have a lot to navigate as they develop—physically and mentally—into adulthood. Living on the street is incredibly hard on both the body and the mind. The combination of these two experiences—youth and homelessness—is harsh.
We at Health Care for the Homeless can help.
If any of these circumstances describe your young client…
…we want to help him or her move toward health and stability.
In our safe, supportive, LGBTQ-friendly setting, caring health professionals specialize in providing the comprehensive health care and unique services and supports that young people without homes need:
Young people can access these services at our downtown and West Baltimore clinics, or via our mobile clinic at the YES drop-in center at 2315 N. Charles St.