Showing posts from April 8, 2020

COVID-19 Webinar: Assessment and Recovery Centers

Lessons from Seattle/King County ‌ ‌ April 8, 2020 Trauma-Informed Care + Affordable Housing = Housing Stability COVID-19 Planning and Response Webinar Implementing Assessment and Recovery Centers: Lessons from Seattle/King County Join partners from the CDC, HUD, and Seattle/King County to get updates about the national COVID-19 response and learn about Seattle/King County’s efforts to implement Assessment and Recovery Centers, as well as address transportation needs across their homelessness services system.                            April 13, 2020 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET If you have troub

VA: Virtual Resume Advice, Online Guided Meditation, Join VA to help us fight COVID-19

VA is here for you during COVID-19, even if you are not yet enrolled in VA #VetResources  - for Veterans, their Families, Caregivers and Survivors For the latest VA updates on COVID-19, visit SIGN UP  for this weekly newsletter.  VIEW/SHARE  as a page.  VA Podcast:  Operation Abilene and a Medal of Honor VNN :  Caregiver Support, Getting Healthy with MOVE! and the VA Farms program Instagram:  Organizations in Wichita, Kansas have partnered to deliver food to Veterans VA is here for you during COVID-19, even if you are not yet enrolled in VA VA has always been here for Veterans—and we will continue to see and treat you during the COVID-19 crisis, even if you are not yet enrolled in VA health care. But please call us first! Watch this message from Dr. Richard Stone, Executive in Charge of the Veterans Health Administration and a former U.S. Army combat physician.  WATCH VA to retired federal

URGENT: Tell Congress To Sign On To More Funds for Homelessness During COVID-19

Over the course of the past month, advocates like you sent more than 17,000 letters to your Members of Congress, urging them to make emergency investments in the homelessness system as part of the COVID-19 supplemental spending bill. Because of your efforts, Congress allocated an unprecedented amount of resources to help people experiencing homelessness during this crisis. Unfortunately, it's not enough . As this pandemic has worsened, we now understand that we need far more resources to safely shelter and house our homeless neighbors. We also know that more people are falling into homelessness as this public health crisis becomes an economic crisis. The House is beginning work on the next round of COVID-19 supplemental funding. And so, we need you again. Please ask your Representatives to join the House Homelessness Caucus "Dear Colleague" sign-on letter, from Reps. Eddie Bernice Johnson and Alcee L. Hastings, Co-Chair