WHC Staff Learn How to Develop Mental Health Action Plans

At Women’s Housing Coalition, we participate in continuing education so that we can fully support all of our residents. It is important for all staff members to be educated and trained on the best way to interact with residents in an effective manner that supports them in their journey to improve their lives. Mental Health First Aid is just one of the training opportunities that our staff has attended along these lines.

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Logo Creation: Behind the Scenes Process

Here at WHC we have been working on creating a new logo. A logo is the most visible piece of marketing for a company or an organization; it’s what is seen most by the public. We have been working tirelessly for the past year and a half on bringing our concepts to...

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Gentrification in Baltimore

According to a new study by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), a Washington based non-profit, Baltimore is among seven U.S. cities that accounted for nearly half the country’s gentrification between 2000 and 2013. NCRC examined census data for 935...

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Ending Tax Sales over Water Bills

Homeownership and renting a home can be expensive. Rent in Maryland for a 2 bedroom apartment is approximately $1,425 compared to the national average of $1,230. On average, renters and homeowners in Baltimore County spend approximately $139.68 a month on utilities....

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Housing Discrimination – SOI Bill

Finding a home is a person’s most important expense. A home allows people to have a sense of stability to think about other aspects of life, like finding better jobs and making sure their children are successful in school. When people are unable to find safe,...

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