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Patients with diabetes who are seen at Chase Brexton’s Columbia Center will soon receive additional support and treatment thanks to a recent grant from the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission.
Every year for LGBTQ Pride month, those of us who have chosen LGBTQ advocacy as our work are inundated with requests for presentations, panels, keynotes, workshops, you name it. My team at the Center for LGBTQ Health Equity is no different.
The Virtual AIDS Walk & Music Festival Baltimore 2021 surpassed its goal by $20,000, raising more than $185,000 to support HIV services of Chase Brexton Health Care and its Community Partners. 
Chase Brexton's Behavioral Health team will soon expand their care to children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 17 years old with the establishment of a Pediatric Adolescent Clinical Care Team, supported by a $100,000 grant from the Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Foundation.
Chase Brexton Health Care recently made several organizational changes in support of achieving our strategic plan and the pillars of quality, patient experience, employee engagement and growth. 
Local sponsors and community partners will join Chase Brexton Health Care in Ending the HIV Epidemic at the Baltimore AIDS Walk & Music Festival this spring.
Yoga is for everyone, and it can have important benefits for elders seeking to reduce stress and anxiety and age better.
Each year, March 31 is celebrated internationally as Transgender Day of Visibility, an important chance to celebrate the successes and contributions of transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.
The physical toll of the COVID-19 pandemic is measured in new cases and medical outcomes, but hidden costs of the pandemic are often borne by those who may never contract the virus.
Chase Brexton Health Care will make much-needed upgrades to its centers in central Maryland and purchase important new equipment thanks to a $750,000 grant from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation.