published Friday, April 25th, 2014

Dental help for homeless at the National Guard Armory on Holtzclaw Avenue

Assisted by Angela Pilcher, right, and Sara Tallent, dentist Alan Crisman performs dental work on Michael Elligan.
Assisted by Angela Pilcher, right, and Sara Tallent, dentist Alan Crisman performs dental work on Michael Elligan.
Photo by John Rawlston.

The National Guard Armory on Holtzclaw Avenue on Thursday became a one-stop shop for homeless people to find services. The eighth annual Project Homeless Connect served several hundred people, a news release said. Services included health screenings, dental care, haircuts, a hot lunch, massages, facials, employment resources, legal help, HIV testing and STD education, housing resources, mental health and substance abuse services and voter registration.

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