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COVID-19 Resources for Homeless Assistance Providers

Individuals experiencing homelessness are at higher risk of contracting the coronavirus and experiencing harmful, even life threatening, symptoms from COVID-19. Underlying health concerns, lack of access to medical care and sanitation supplies, communal living environments, and other risk factors all put individuals and families experiencing homelessness at higher risk of COVID-19. Service providers and those working with individuals experiencing homelessness should take extra steps to reach, care for, and support this population during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Webinars and Peer Support
Local Public Health and Emergency Management
HUD and CDC Guidance
Mental Health
Emergency Shelter
Street Outreach
Supportive Housing
Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)
Contact

 

Healthcare and Managing Symptoms of COVID-19

For additional guidance regarding COVID-19, please visit the CDC Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) for information regarding:

Resources for Homeless Assistance Providers

Webinars and Peer Support

Local Public Health and Emergency Management/Community Coordination

HUD and CDC Guidance

Mental Health

Emergency Shelter

Street Outreach

Supportive Housing

Emergency Rental Assistance

Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)

Advocacy

Vaccine Access and Outreach


 Questions about COVID-19?

Please direct your questions regarding COVID-19 to the following contacts:

Are we missing something? Please contact mshda-hs@michigan.gov if you have additional resources you would like to share.