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What's happening in our Health Care for the Homeless community...

07.20.21

We’re saying “see you later,” to Lutheran Volunteer Corps members Christina Benoit and Lauren Talley after a year of service amidst a pandemic. Before they head out, we asked them to reflect on their time in Baltimore and at Health Care for the Homeless.

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06.21.21

Just shy of her four year anniversary with the agency, LaVeda Bacetti, MPH is stepping up and into the newly created Senior Director of Practice Operations role. Learn more about LaVeda and her new role.

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06.16.21

“Return to 'status quo' should not be an option; the status quo creates poverty & racial disparities,” say Kevin Lindamood  and Rev S. Todd Yeary in this Baltimore Sun op-ed telling Gov Larry Hogan to recognize the humanity of Black & brown Marylanders with 3 steps. 

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06.04.21

Our indominable Interim Director stepped into the Director of Practice Operations role on 6/7/2021 after more than six years and many roles in the agency. Quick with a laugh and generous smile, meet Mona Hadley.

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05.26.21

Ten Health Care for the Homeless staff members just took on new roles at the agency. See who they are and what they are looking forward to in their new positions.

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04.27.21

From donating masks to starting a charity video game stream, see how your creative neighbors are supporting our work.

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04.27.21

Medication-Assisted Treatment Nurse Coordinator Molly Greenberg discusses how our new Syringe Service Program (SSP) complements our commitment to equitable access to care.

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04.26.21

“We’re seeing more clients who have nowhere else to turn,” Lilian Amaya says, acknowledging the COVID safety concerns that have exacerbated existing barriers to food. “Right now, everyone is working really hard to get food on the table so that kids aren’t starving, the elderly aren’t going without food—that’s the reality on the ground.”

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04.26.21

Linda* was evicted during the pandemic. She had to find a new apartment. She had to come up with two months’ rent. She had to remove all her possessions from her home before they were placed on the curb.

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04.26.21

Michael Moore didn’t need to be convinced.

A year into a global pandemic, he was tired of talking to his sister on the phone, of seeing his 96-year-old mother, Mildred, through a window. So when his provider, Senior Medical Director Laura Garcia, CRNP, asked if he wanted the COVID-19 vaccine, his answer was simple: “Tell me where and when.”

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