, which is dedicated to reconnecting the homeless
population with the health-care system, has earned a pair of grants
for its efforts. The program won $5,000 in the region’s
second Pitch 10 Competition, where nonprofit organizations had a
chance to pitch their project or idea. Last month the program won a
$9,000 grant from the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. Both
grants will go toward purchase of a van to provide a private space
for clinical consultations and to store medical equipment.