In a recent article by the San Diego Union-Tribune, TrueCare’s newest mobile wellness unit took center stage. The story emphasizes the importance of our collaboration with St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Encinitas, which aims to provide medical services to individuals experiencing homelessness who are seeking refuge at the church.
St. Andrew’s provides many services including a food pantry, breakfasts and lunches, showers, haircuts and clothing. With TrueCare’s mobile unit visiting the church’s parking lot regularly, guests can now get quality, compassionate medical and dental care from TrueCare providers too.
Rev. Brenda Sol, rector of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Encinitas for the past nine years, shares the same concerns as TrueCare in caring for those experiencing homelessness. She had long thought that medical and dental services were needed in addition to their many other programs. “We do all of this,” Sol said, “because we believe we are all family.”
Together, TrueCare and St. Andrew’s are restoring the dignity of those they serve. Read more in this story by Lola Sherman, longtime columnist at the UT…read more