By Carrie Feibel, KQED January 10, 2018
Carrie Feibel, KQED
Fifty-one years in the past in San Francisco, a small group clinic opened its doorways. Its mission: to deal with most of the younger individuals who flocked to town — who have been usually homeless, hungry and sick. The Haight Ashbury Free Clinic, now half of a bigger community, nonetheless operates out of a second-floor workplace overlooking Haight Street in San Francisco, and it nonetheless helps individuals on the fringes of society.
Carrie Feibel of San Francisco’s KQED filed this radio story for NPR and KHN on the historical past of the clinic.
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