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Viewpoints: What it would take to keep Terry (and hundreds more like him) off the street

Terry was a double amputee with bandaged limbs dropped off on the street following his discharge from the hospital. Arizona Republic columnist Laurie Roberts recently brought the heartbreaking situati...

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Homeless in Plain Sight

We see them every day. The man standing along the freeway ramp asking for money. The woman, dressed in layers, pushing a shopping cart. People walking into libraries carrying bags stuffed with persona...

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Circle The City Takes On Health Care For Homeless Population In Phoenix Area

A local nonprofit will take over the responsibility of providing health care for Maricopa County’s homeless population in January. Circle the City will receive nearly $3 million in federal funding tha...

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Phoenix nonprofit to use $3M grant to address homeless health needs

PHOENIX — A $3 million federal grant will be used to aid the health needs of the homeless in Maricopa County. The money was under the control of Maricopa County, but will now be managed by the Phoenix...

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Season for Sharing: Circle the City’s Medical Respite Center offers health care to homeless

A little over a year ago, James Martz found himself in a place he never thought he’d be: on the street, evicted because he couldn’t afford to pay the rent. He began staying with people he knew and liv...

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End-of-life care is a new beginning for some Valley homeless patients

This story originally aired on KJZZ and is being published as part of a collaboration with the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com. To hear the original audio version, go to KJZZ.org. Inside a medical ...

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Being Homeless During a Phoenix Summer

If you spend any time on 7th Avenue in Phoenix, you may have seen the homeless person they call Bucket Man wheeling his shopping cart up and down the street. What you probably don’t know is Bucket Man...

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Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet

I’m having one of those “I really love what I do” moments! I’ve just returned from a retreat with co-workers at the Carondelet Center in Los Angeles. We enjoyed three days completely focused on our “W...

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The Beginning

Sister Adele O’Sullivan, CSJ, MD, entered the community of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1968. After an initial career as a pharmacist, both Sister Adele and her community recognize...