Members of the Lazarus Project, Ivan Romero, housing supervisor, Lazaro Trueba, program administrator, and Adrian Mesa, psychiatric advance registered nurse practitioner, right, talk with Alec Johnson, a homeless man, as he receives his medication on June 7, 2015.
Members of the Lazarus Project, Ivan Romero, housing supervisor, Lazaro Trueba, program administrator, and Adrian Mesa, psychiatric advance registered nurse practitioner, right, talk with Alec Johnson, a homeless man, as he receives his medication on June 7, 2015. Carl Juste Miami Herald staff
Members of the Lazarus Project, Ivan Romero, housing supervisor, Lazaro Trueba, program administrator, and Adrian Mesa, psychiatric advance registered nurse practitioner, right, talk with Alec Johnson, a homeless man, as he receives his medication on June 7, 2015. Carl Juste Miami Herald staff

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