Inspiration on local streets and for Seinfeld fans . . .
Care Beyond the Boulevard celebrated its fifth anniversary last week, was started by Jaynell “KK” Assmann and her husband. A registered nurse for more than 20 years, Assmann conceived the clinic while volunteering at a local food kitchen. She realized the patrons needed healthcare as well as food.
The goal, Assmann said, is to provide compassionate healthcare to all, and particularly the “rough sleepers” who bed down outside. CBB doesn’t turn anyone away — its patients include people who have homes but no insurance and little money to afford healthcare.
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