News; Erin Kuschner

“It also plans to expand its reach this week to Boston Healthcare for the Homeless and East Boston Neighborhood Health Center.”

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Portland Press Herald

“Mary Takach of Cape Elizabeth works on a medical team supporting the homeless in Boston. Using tents set up in the parking lot, Boston Health Care for the Homeless provides medical care round the clock.”

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The Enterprise Brockton

“The Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program’s leadership and staff have been preparing for the unprecedented threat of SARS-CoV-2, the pandemic coronavirus that causes COVID-19…To learn more about and to help with these unanticipated expenses needed to respond to this unprecedented public health pandemic, donate to the COVID-19 Response Fund at"

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Boston Business Journal; Catherine Carlock

“The city and Boston-based Suffolk Construction have also built a 38-bed isolation and quarantine facility adjacent to the 112 Southhampton Shelter in Boston, which will augment the 17-bed Barbara McInnis House of the Boston Health Care for the Homeless.”

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BisNow; Tim Carroll

The city also worked with Suffolk Construction to build a 38-bed quarantine facility next to its Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program shelter at 112 Southhampton St.”

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“Another 70 beds will be available after The Davis Companies reached out to Walsh’s office to temporarily redeploy the site of a former long-term acute care hospital in Brighton that will be ready to open within days. This facility, which will be open within days, will be operated by the Boston Public Health Commission in partnership with the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program.” Watch more here!

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Lauren Bennett; Jamaica Plain Gazette

Walsh announced that the Boston Resiliency fund has surpassed the initial $20 million in a little over a week, and is still accepting donations. He said that the money has already been used to buy thousands of Chromebooks for BPS students, and $5 million in grants will also be released for organizations such as the Greater Boston Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, Fresh Truck, Community Servings, Project Bread, Boston’s Healthcare for the Homeless, Pine Street Inn, and others.”

Read More; Dialynn Dwyer

“Given the overlap between homelessness and substance use disorder, Mackin said treatment services are being “layered in” at the tents set up by Boston’s Health Care for the Homeless to make sure anyone can get onto medication if they need it, or be prepared for going through detox at the tent if needed. But the tents are also prepared to house people who may be in active use.”

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Hollywood Reporter; Rebecca Sun

In addition, as a fund of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, #FirstRespondersFirst is asking for donations to supply personal protective equipment — such as gowns, gloves and masks — for the workers and their patients. These and other essential supplies will be distributed via a growing coalition of on-the-ground partners, which include Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program…”

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