Operation Lone Star 2012 has hit south Texas, and is already providing free health services to many South Texans in need. The joint exercise of state health and human services agencies, Texas Military Forces, Cameron County Department of Health and Human Services, Hidalgo County Health and Human Services and the City of Laredo Health Department work together to bring FREE medical services to under-served communities along the Texas border. The operation is made possible with the help of hundreds of local service groups and volunteers.
Unfortunately, tough times have hit great organizations to Lone Star too, and this year’s operation has had to undergo some downsizing:
Will you be attending this year’s Operation Lone Star in South Texas? Tell us about it in our discussion forum!
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