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Rosemary Beaver hands out clothes, toiletries and other necessities to homeless men and women out of Springtime of Hopes Mobile Food and Clothing Unit. (Coty Giannelli/Special to the Beacon)
Members of Springtime of Hope help a homeless man by giving him a sleeping bag. Springtime of Hope runs a mobile food and clothing unit that they set up once a week to hand out clothes, toiletries and other necessities to homeless people. (Coty Giannelli/Special to the Beacon)
A group of homeless people eat a warm meal provided by the Kent State University Outreach Program. (Coty Giannelli/Special to the Beacon)
The personal belongings of homeless people at the entrance of the former High Street Christian Church building on South High Street in Akron. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
Helen Montana hands a pair of underwear to a homeless person in need. Springtime of Hope runs a mobile food and clothing unit to supply homeless men and women with items they need to survive on the streets. (Coty Giannelli/Special to the Beacon)
In the weeks since Summa Health’s abrupt changeover of its emergency room physician group on New Year’s Day and the growing dissent by hundreds of doctors calling for the resignation of hospital leadership, many patients have been emailing us, calling and posting questions and comments to social media.