A center works to serve the homeless in Tucson when some have given up
By María Inés Taracena
At least between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., women can turn to Sister José's. There, they have access to a shower and bathroom, a washer and dryer, clean clothes and underwear, shoes that fit, food and beverages. But at the core of it all is the feeling that, despite domestic abuse, poverty or addiction, they deserve respect.
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