The most recent meeting of the Central Texas Homeless Coalition focused on teens.
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Temple was awarded a 2019 Quality Achievement Award Gold Plus from the American Heart Association as a Mission: Lifeline–STEMI Receiving Center.
Mission: LifeLine is an evidence-based treatment program for a particular type of heart attack, one in which a major artery in the heart is blocked.
Marvin Shoemaker didn’t have a history of heart problems. His primary care doctor had him on a very low dose of blood pressure medication for years.
“From that perspective I was fine,” Shoemaker said.
On June 15, the day before Father’s Day, that changed.
Feed My Sheep and Churches Touching Lives for Christ are humming along, with longtime volunteers showing up to do what they do best — serving the hungry and the poor.
Retha Snelson, treasurer and board member of both CTLC and Feed My Sheep, said there have been a few minor hitches since the June 30 death of Jim Hornsby, executive director of both ministries.
The Texas Homeless Education Office and the Bell County Homeless Coalition collaborate on how to help homeless youths. This involves working with school districts to make sure they are providing what’s needed by homeless students in their schools.