Screening Clients with Respiratory Infections and Telehealth for Households with Medicaid Coverage The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has created a new resource for Screening Clients at Entry to Homeless Shelters to assist with screening clients for respiratory infection symptoms at entry to homeless shelter. The resource is a simple screening tool that can be […]
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NIS Shared Recommendations for Centering Pandemic Response Around Lived Experience and Racial Equity As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the National Innovation Service (NIS) offers a preliminary framework for equitable systems transformation framework to COVID-19. This framework discusses how to navigate the COVID-19 response while centering lived experience and racial equity. It is also critical to […]
New Federal Aid Package Will Fund Homeless Services and Rental Assistance The third COVID-19 federal aid package, known as the CARES Act, includes $330 billion in aid to Americans and businesses. New Jersey will receive $3.444 billion which will include a $2.394 to the State of New Jersey and $1.050 in aid New Jersey’s largest […]
Resources from Seattle & King County, Washington, HUD and SNAPS Seattle and King County, Washington are sharing resources being used to support the existing homeless crisis response system amid the COVID-19 pandemic. They are working to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among the city and region’s population experiencing homelessness. Bob Pulster, Regional Coordinator, National Initiatives […]