Assmann Saves Kansas City Homeless

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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Providing compassionate care for all

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  1. This is a nice thing to know and I use to help as much as possible, but now seeing the way our country is and people like Patrick Mahomes, Quinton Lucas and Emanuel Cleaver I can't help anymore knowing these very people turn around and kick you for helping. I congratulate anyone who does. I can't and won't anymore.

  2. I am glad an organization is stepping up to help the homeless since our mayor does not seem to want to do anything about it.

  3. ^^^


  4. 12:18, what do you mean "Kick you for helping"? Serious question. I'm not arguing with you, I just want to know.

  5. According to the State of New York,you are the Assman

  6. According to the State of New York,you are the Assman


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