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Thousands of individuals find themselves homeless in greater Boston every year. Among them are chronically ill adults, veterans, families with school-age children, and the elderly. They are the people who stay in emergency shelters or motel rooms, eat in soup kitchens, or visit drop-in centers. They are also the men and women who find themselves on the streets, trying to survive in makeshift shelters under bridges, down alleyways, and behind city buildings.

Over 12,000 homeless men, women, and children are cared for by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program each year. We are committed to ensuring that every one of these individuals has access to comprehensive health care, from preventative dental care to cancer treatment. Our clinicians, case managers, and behavioral health professionals work in more than 60 locations to deliver the highest quality health care to some of our community’s most vulnerable—and most resilient—citizens.  

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Join us at Fenway Park on December 1, 2015 to celebrate the official book launch of Dr. Jim O'Connell's Stories from the Shadows: Reflections of a Street Doctor.

 

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Please join BHCHP's Emerging Leaders Board for the First Annual Toasting for Turkeys! Network with other young professionals while learning more about BHCHP and enjoying appetizers, a cash bar, and raffles including gift certificates, a Fitbit, and Celtics tickets.

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The John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program has generously awarded Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) with non-qualified runner entries for the 2016 Boston Marathon. BHCHP is thrilled to have this opportunity for the sixth year and we are looking for committed runners who are dedicated to furthering BHCHP’s mission.

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