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Masks are still required in all Health Care for the Homeless clinics and other health care buildings. Find COVID-19 updates here.
"The team and I are returning because the work Health Care for the Homeless does is vital to our community. There is a segment of the population people forget about, or assume just made bad choices, but this life-changing event is eye opening in many ways."
Tanya Bryan, Owner, Baltimore Nighthawks & Chocolate Affair Volunteer
“I cherish talking to people, working to connect them with resources and listening to their stories. I keep coming back to volunteer because of the people I meet and the relationships we build.”
Sachin Aggarwal, Help Desk Volunteer
“The first time sitting down with someone ended with she and I laughing. We were crying laughing. She said, “This is so fun! I haven’t had fun like this in so long!” And just to have a moment like that with a stranger meant so much.”
—Debbie Sostman, international studies and political science major at Towson University