Rows of tables were set up with homeless service providers on Wednesday at the Salvation Army in Louisville. It was a day to help connect homeless people with housing, food, jobs and other social service programs. As WFPL’s Lisa Gillespie reports, volunteers also washed the feet of those attending — in a recognition that foot health issues ranging from blisters to diabetes often plague the homeless population. Listen to the story in the player above.




Lisa Gillespie is WFPL's Health and Innovation Reporter.