In our ongoing efforts to forge community-building partnerships with Maryland’s corporate and non-profit organizations, Chase Brexton was recently invited to submit a grant proposal with a prominent local organization.
BALTIMORE (September 12, 2019) -- Chase Brexton Health Care has once again been named a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the educational arm of the nation’s largest LGBTQ civil rights organization.
With more than 500 registrants, 52 teams, and 10 community partners, the 2019 AIDS Walk & Music Festival Baltimore raised more than $150,000—a new event record. All proceeds support HIV services at Chase Brexton and its community partners.
Action in Maturity, or AIM, describes itself as a “senior center without walls,” offering a variety of support and services to seniors across Baltimore, including assistance with access to transportation and mobility resources – a key factor in sustaining a senior’s quality of life and health
Dental care isn’t just about keeping your teeth sparking and healthy—oral hygiene can have a major impact on an elder’s overall health and quality of life.
Chase Brexton was once again at the heart of the 44th Annual Baltimore Pride celebration on the weekend of June 15 and 16, 2019.
Baltimore’s own Montel Williams will take steps against HIV and AIDS in Charm City at the Baltimore AIDS Walk & Music Festival this Sunday, June 9 at Power Plant Live!
Back in the day, not so long ago, there was this place: it was called the closet.
Getting older can bring plenty of challenges, but some of the most immediate may lie within the walls of your own home. Ensuring your home is set up to meet your changing needs can seem intimidating and pricey—but it doesn’t have to be.