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If You are Experiencing Homelessness
The Council does not offer direct homeless services like providing shelter or care. The most direct way to get help in your area is to dial “211” or go to 211.org. It will refer you to LOCAL services in your city or state. To find HCH’s in your area, you can go to our Directory here.
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Beyond our work in the fight to end Homelessness we serve Over 200 Healthcare for the Homeless facilities across the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
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Featured Webinar or Training:
Hepatitis C Virtual Symposium: Primary Care-Based Treatment for People Experiencing Homelessness | April 30 | 11:30 am CTa virtual half-day symposium on treating hepatitis C in primary care settings among people experiencing homelessness. We will cover a wide range of topics specific to treating hepatitis C in this population, including substance use, harm reduction, and complex medical needs. The Symposium will..…. Read more
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Wed, December 21, 2:30pm – 4:00pm
The first day of winter. The longest night of the year. People in your community will die without a home this year. While we understand the importance of every life, we recognize the reality of conditions that individuals and families experiencing homelessness face. National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day is the day to remember those who have died during the year while unhoused, unsheltered, living in shelters, transitional housing, or other uninhabitable places and spaces, and without a place to call home.
Over the past years, hundreds of cities representing more than thirty States and the District of Columbia have participated in the National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day. Let’s make this a year of increased awareness and advocacy by organizing in our communities to memorialize the lives that have been lost across the nation as we work throughout the coming year to end homelessness and the need for such a day.
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The Councils Periodicals (E-Publications)
The National Health Care for the Homeless Council produces scheduled publications in both PDF and email newsletter format these are distributed at the scheduled time to email address boxes of members but you can find the issue archives below.