Nov 18, 2009 7:01 AM by Bethany Tucker
An organization on the south coast hopes to help hundreds of homeless people stay healthy.
"Project Healthy Neighbors" is expecting nearly 500 homeless individuals and families to attend the fifth annual Homeless Health Fair. The three-day event provides a range of free services to help the homeless population of Santa Barbara. That includes giving out swine flu vaccinations, dental hygiene care and counseling.
The fair wraps up Wednesday morning at 11:00a.m. at the Casa Esperanza Homeless Shelter.
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