We want you to be safe and take precautions throughout the winter. So, as you make plans, keep this advice in mind. FIRST THINGS FIRST - People who should not attend in-person travels and holiday celebrations:
Chase Brexton was recently recognized as one of the nation's highest-performing health care centers, and for the progress made in the quality of care we deliver, with a federal grant funding of $231,073 to support our ongoing operations.
Chase Brexton Health Care’s all-virtual 2020 gala, “An Evening at the Moulin Rouge,” succeeded in raising $215,000 to support a trio of programs benefitting Chase Brexton patients, COVID relief efforts, and educational trainings.
The LGBT Health Resource Center's education and training programs for health care providers on delivering LGBT-affirming care, and the urgent need for further programs and education, were highlighted in
Thanks to a $62,000 grant from the Covery’s Community Healthcare Foundation, Chase Brexton recently implemented Patient Navigation services for 300 low-income women of childbearing age across Baltimore.
By Kate Bishop The LGBT Health Resource Center “Spooky Season” has arrived and the beautiful autumn finds us all…STRESSED.
It all started with a correctly solved crossword puzzle.
By Sam McClure and Kate Bishop The LGBT Health Resource Center
We are thrilled to announce that Chase Brexton Health Care recently received $120,000 from the Middendorf Foundation to support our ongoing Information Technology needs.
This back-to-school season will be a unique experience for many LGBTQ youth and their families, with school districts in Maryland and elsewhere starting the year with entirely virtual learning.