Dr Elissa Ball

13 Jul

Over time, Friendly Harbor became a gathering place for Pueblo’s homeless population, who often came in for the coffee rather than the services. Two of the founders left, and Hill himself got sick in 2010. “It became kind of a scary place for our members,” says Elissa Ball, a psychiatrist and board member who’s also living with depression.

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