Tag Archives: Medical Assistance

Family fleeing domestic violence finally gets public benefits

A homeless family now has access to food, medical insurance, and income after getting help from HPRP. Carla and her children moved to Baltimore a few months ago, after they escaped an abusive family violence situation. She applied for food … Continue reading

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A client’s bumpy road to getting public benefits: A case study

A homeless mother and her children are now receiving public benefits, thanks to their HPRP lawyer. But the process was not quick or easy for the client. She completed an online application for TCA, food stamps and Medical Assistance. Although … Continue reading

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Street homeless and disabled, she now gets benefits and has health insurance

A disabled, street homeless woman in her mid-50s is receiving $185 a month in benefits and now has health insurance, thanks to her own advocacy efforts and those of her HPRP lawyer. Staff attorney Michelle Salomon met the client in … Continue reading

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With help of her HPRP attorney, a homeless woman obtains health insurance

A Baltimore woman who is street homeless had applied for Medical Assistance four months ago, but never heard back from the state. HPRP staff attorney Michelle Salomon met the client while doing outreach at My Sister’s Place Women’s Center. Her … Continue reading

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