Jeff Singer is the president and CEO of Health Care for the Homeless of Maryland. A clinical social worker, he has experience in child and adult protective services, mental health and addiction services, street outreach, and community organizing. In 1983, Mr. Singer helped establish HIV/AIDS and homeless services at the Baltimore City Department of Social Services. In 1987, he moved to Health Care for the Homeless to organize that agency’s social work and addiction services. He later served as director of community relations for that agency, before becoming president and CEO in 1998. Mr. Singer also has served as the national policy staffer and lobbyist for the National Health Care for the Homeless Council, where he is now chair of the Policy Committee. He has written numerous articles about health care, poverty, addictions and homelessness from both the state and national perspectives.
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