Adell Erozer of Turning Points told the Manatee Healthcare Advisory Board that her agency serves hundreds of homeless people with its many services. Erozer and Victoria Kasdan of We Care Manatee were invited to the board's February meeting to explain what they do to help Manatee's underserved population. 
 RICHARD DYMOND/Bradenton Herald
Adell Erozer of Turning Points told the Manatee Healthcare Advisory Board that her agency serves hundreds of homeless people with its many services. Erozer and Victoria Kasdan of We Care Manatee were invited to the board's February meeting to explain what they do to help Manatee's underserved population. RICHARD DYMOND/Bradenton Herald
Adell Erozer of Turning Points told the Manatee Healthcare Advisory Board that her agency serves hundreds of homeless people with its many services. Erozer and Victoria Kasdan of We Care Manatee were invited to the board's February meeting to explain what they do to help Manatee's underserved population. RICHARD DYMOND/Bradenton Herald

Manatee County making headway on indigent health care

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