Wednesday, October 24, 2001

Panel to discuss issues of homelessness in Cincinnati




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A panel of current and previously homeless people is scheduled to discuss what it's like being homeless in Cincinnati at a conference set for Friday.

        “The Changing Face of Homelessness in Cincinnati,” sponsored by the UC College of Medicine's department of family medicine, will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Kresge Auditorium, in the UC Medical Sciences Building near the corner of Eden Avenue and Sabin Way.

        The conference also will include discussions about the current state of health care for the homeless in Cincinnati, and resources available to the homeless for medical, mental and dental care.

        The conference cost is $50 for practicing physicians; $30 for nurses and social workers; and $10 for residents, medical students or volunteers.

        For information, call 853-4350.

       



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