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Bread for the City’s social workers are using technology to cut down on red tape to better serve impoverished DC residents.

At Bread for the City, a routine task delegated to a student intern more than a decade ago has now sparked a national movement.

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Bread for the City’s Community Health Nurse Gerald Sabb speaks about Naloxone and its use and access in DC.

In 2014, D.C. looked at expanding access to naloxone to limit heroin deaths. A year later, advocates and drug users are still waiting.

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More Than Bread Alone – A feature on Bread for the City and its services

If you put on your magic hat and conjured up an organization that addressed all the needs of DC’s low-income residents, it would probably look something like Bread for the City. From its beginning partnership with Zacchaeus Free Clinic in a church basement 40 years ago, Bread for the City has grown to a multi-facility powerhouse providing comprehensive services for over 33,000 DC residents a year.

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DC Employment Justice Center Expands Resources for East of the River Workers

Recognizing that workers living East of the River needed greater access to their services, last September the DC Employment Justice Center launched an expanded monthly clinic in Fairlawn. The clinic, which had previously been open every other Friday morning, is now open to clients on one Saturday each month.

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In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

Bread’s CEO George A. Jones: “People have always come from outside our Zip code to access our services.”

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Safety net clinics step up health IT standards

Many more digital than their peers in tony areas

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Killing With Kindness: Week 3

Bread for the City profiled on National Geographic online!

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Pastor John F. Steinbruck, seeker of justice

John Frederick Steinbruck, pastor, community organizer, seeker of justice, 84 of Lewes, died Sunday, March 1, 2015, at Cadbury at Lewes.