As homeless Washingtonians near the end of life, hospice workers offer comfort wherever needed

As homeless Washingtonians near the end of life, hospice workers offer comfort wherever needed

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Chuck King has experienced homelessness, off and on, since he was a teen. While he worked in construction from the time he was 18 until his late 30s, a profession from which he derived great pride and joy, he said he also spent most of his life on the streets or incarcerated.

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