Jim Ninehouser (right) is the driver and administrator for the mobile health clinic based out of Clarkesburg, W.Va. Ninehouser travels three days a week to provide medical care to veterans who are unable to travel to a VA. Missy Frazier (left) staffs the nurses and doctors for the mobile clinics. The two helped provide basic medical services to veterans during a Military Veterans Stand Down at GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading, Pa., March 8. The 326th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (MPAD) hosted a three-day event to provide essential services to homeless veterans in the Reading area from March 6-8. This was the first ever in Berks County to be led by an Army Reserve unit, the 326th MPAD in Reading, Pa.
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