Homelessness & COVID-19 Webinar Archives
Resource Topic: Clinical Issues, Emerging Issues, Special and Vulnerable Populations
Resource Subtopic: Behavioral Health, COVID-19, Administrative Policies, Emergency Management, Telehealth, Health Equity, Population Health , Community, Health, and Housing Partnerships.
Keywords: Access to Care , Blacks/African Americans, Housing, Infectious Diseases, Mental Health, Partnerships , Persons Experiencing Homelessness, Screening.
Year Developed: 2020
Resource Type: Archived Webinar
Primary Audience: Administrative Staff
C-Suite (CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, COOs, CMOs, etc)
National Health Care for the Homeless Council
(See other resources developed by this organization).
Resource Summary: In the peak of the emergency response to COVID-19 cases among people experiencing homelessness, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council held semiweekly webinars/forums on the most pressing issues facing health centers in April and May. View all recordings of this series now.
Resource Details: In the peak of the emergency response to COVID-19 cases among people experiencing homelessness, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council held semiweekly webinars/forums on the most pressing issues facing health centers in April and May. View all recordings of this series now. Topics include: Consumer Experiences of Isolation and Quaratine; Antiracism in COVID-19 Response; Building Resilience for Frontline Providers; Supporting the Mental Health & Wellness of Providers & Staff; Addressing the Pandemic in Rural Communities; Continuity of Care for Residents of Permanent Supportive Housing; Using Telehealth Services for Patient Care; Structuring Isolation/Quarantine Sites for People Experiencing Homelessness; Testing for COVID-19 in Homeless Shelters; Responding to Clients Who Violate Isolation Orders; Supporting Clients' Mental Health During Isolation/Quarantine; The Role of Medical Respite Care in COVID-19 Response; Reaching Unsheltered People; Insights from Seattle-King County; and COVID-19 and Domestic Violence.