(NAEH) Introducing the COVID-19 Online Learning Series
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New Resource: The COVID-19 Online Learning Series
The National Alliance to End Homelessness and the National Health Care for the Homeless Council have developed the COVID-19 Online Learning Series. This online course curriculum is designed to provide training and materials to aid in community responses to COVID-19 among people experiencing homelessness, and can support broader CoC homeless response.
The COVID-19 Online Learning Series courses are available free of charge for the first 2,500 users, courtesy of the Kaiser Permanente National Community Benefit Fund at the East Bay Community Foundation. Once 2,500 spaces have been filled, these courses will remain available at a fee.
The Alliance has produced a series of documents that outline federal resources available to homeless service providers for COVID-19 response. The COVID-19 Federal Resource Guideline Series can help communities understand the various federal resources available to them, what activities and services they can fund, and how eligible parties can begin to apply for them.
In an ongoing webinar series, Alliance staff and other experts will be discussing various tools, guidance, and strategies relating to how providers and homelessness system leaders can respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.