Friday, September 09, 2005

MSNBC Covers a Unique Shelter in Covington

The operation, which sprawls throughout various wings of the school, provides food, care and shelter for more than 300 patients with serious medical conditions or other problems that require attention and treatment, but not necessarily hospitalization. Believed to be the biggest shelter of its kind, it is overseen by St. Tammany Parish, La., but is the brainchild of Tobin, a social services coordinator for the parish, and three key assistants.

MSNBC runs a great piece on a shelter that's being run in the same city our team is visiting!

image from msnbc

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