Chattanooga agencies unite to provide health and housing services to homeless Thursday

photo Tami Weathers walks Thursday outside the Community Kitchen where she has been staying. A native of the area, she has been homeless since 2003 and traveling around the country, but she has returned here.

IF YOU GO• What: Project Homeless Connect• When: 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursday• Where: 1801 S. Holtzclaw Ave.• Transportation: Provided from the Community Kitchen, Salvation Army, Burks United Methodist Church, the Samaritan Center and the Career Center at Eastgate beginning at 8:30 a.m.• For more information:

Michael Davis has a loose tooth that has hurt him for more than a month. He hopes to get it pulled Thursday.

"It aches so bad at night," he said this week while visiting the Chattanooga Community Kitchen.