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'If They Build It, They Will Come': Working to Open a Homeless Shelter in Kirksville

'If They Build It, They Will Come': Working to Open a Homeless Shelter in Kirksville

Glen Moritz and Tamarr Maclin live in Kirksville and run an organization called “AM Housing,” which was named after and inspired by Glen’s son, Andrew, who passed away from cancer.

'My Mama Always Used to Tell Me, "You're Only One Check Away from Being Homeless''

'My Mama Always Used to Tell Me, "You're Only One Check Away from Being Homeless''

Glen Moritz and Tamarr Maclin live in Kirksville. They created and run an organization called “AM Housing” that's named after Glen's son, Andrew, who died of cancer at 33. They are working toward opening a homeless shelter in town.

'It Has Increased From What It Was, But There's Still Further to Go'

'It Has Increased From What It Was, But There's Still Further to Go'

Samantha Dyroff and Megan Anderson are both medical students at the University of Missouri. They both work with MedZou, a student-run health clinic here in town. When we spoke to them, Megan was a second-year student and the transgender health coordinator, and Samantha was a first-year medical student and ran the specialty services for MedZou.

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