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Coronavirus: Find the latest resources on COVID-19.

COVID-19

Homelessness services systems should be working closely with their city and county governments and public health systems to prepare for COVID-19 disease outbreaks among people experiencing homelessness.

Vaccination Guidance During a Pandemic, CDC (July 16)

USICH and SARS-CoV-2- The Federal Response for Families and Individuals Experiencing Homelessness, USICH (July 6)

NEW: Equity Capacity Building: Hiring, Supervision, Training, HUD (August 28)

NEW: Racial Trauma and Trauma-Informed Services, HUD (August 28)

NEW: Special Population Rehousing Strategy: Youth and Young Adults, HUD (August 21)

NEW: Special Population Rehousing Strategy: Family Violence, HUD (August 21)

CDC Guidance 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have developed recommendations for homelessness services systems and providers about how to protect their staff, clients, and guests. Those recommendations fall into three groups: Plan, Act, and Follow-Up.

Plan

Community Planning and Preparedness

Act

Site-Specific Emergency Operations

Client Support and Care

For a curated list of key resources on client support and care, please see National Health Care for the Homeless Council’s COVID-19 resources.

Funding, Flexibilities, and Waivers

For more information on the links below, please see our dedicated page COVID-19 Funding, Flexibilities and Waivers.

Other Considerations

Community Examples

For more community examples, see either NAEH's Coronavirus and Homelessness resource collection or Community Solutions' curated web portal. USICH does not endorse the resources found on those pages.

Follow-Up

Community Planning