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‘Doctors Without Walls’ Helping Santa Barbara’s Homeless With Mobile Clinic

Santa Barbara-based ‘Doctors Without Walls -Santa Barbara Street Medicine’ is going mobile.

The team of volunteer healthcare workers, including a clinician, has helped the City’s most vulnerable residents since 2009.

Volunteers meet patients in local parks like Alameda Park in Santa Barbara and help them free of charge.

On Thursday, the humanitarian healthcare group is unveiling their new mobile clinic.

It’ll help them travel farther to help people in Santa Barbara County.

The mobile clinic was funded by the Women’s’ Fund of Santa Barbara.

A groundbreaking ceremony will be on Thursday night at Gauthier Wear Art on 921 State Street and 6:00 p.m.

Gauthier Wear Art will donate 10% of its proceeds to Doctors Without Walls.

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