Compassion, hope, frustration

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Compassion, hope, frustration

Recent death was a tormenting and harsh reality for shelter
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Shelter manager Donna Boyd pats down a shelter client as he enters the Bridge Emergency Shelter. All clients who come to the shelter are checked for weapons before being allowed to stay. They are also given a breath test to determine if they are intoxicated or not.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
Cortez Police officers tend to an intoxicated man near the library recently. Police routinely take people to the shelter if they see them out in the cold at night.
Four Bridge Emergency Shelter clients enjoy dinner at the shelter shortly after it opened for the evening at 6 p.m. The shelter is open until 7 a.m. Breakfast is also available to clients before they leave in the morning.

Compassion, hope, frustration

$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Shelter manager Donna Boyd pats down a shelter client as he enters the Bridge Emergency Shelter. All clients who come to the shelter are checked for weapons before being allowed to stay. They are also given a breath test to determine if they are intoxicated or not.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
Cortez Police officers tend to an intoxicated man near the library recently. Police routinely take people to the shelter if they see them out in the cold at night.
Four Bridge Emergency Shelter clients enjoy dinner at the shelter shortly after it opened for the evening at 6 p.m. The shelter is open until 7 a.m. Breakfast is also available to clients before they leave in the morning.
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