Welcome to the Homeless Hub COVID-19 Wiki!

Use this wiki to share helpful information about how your community is handling the COVID-19 pandemic alongside our homeless neighbors. Read the full welcome message here.

Quick Disclaimer:
As a wiki, we are community curated, supported, and sourced. Please note that this website and its contents are not a replacement for information from the CDC, HUD, USICH, or any official government agency handling response to the outbreak. Rather, this is a platform for community members to do what they do best- be creative and resourceful, and build the plane while they're flying it.

Can't find what you're looking for?
Post your question or request to the Homeless Hub Facebook Group, or add a comment to the "Information Request" wikipage.

Community Posting and Commenting Guidelines:

  1. Be nice: Be courteous and polite to fellow members of the list.
  2. Respect other people: No regional, racial, gender or other abuse will be tolerated.
  3. Be helpful: Be patient with new people and be willing to jump in to answer questions.
  4. Stay calm: The written word is always subject to interpretation, so give people the benefit of the doubt and try not to let emotions get out of control.
  5. Keep it legal: Make sure that you have the legal right to post your content and that the content is not violating copyright or other laws.
  6. Share, share, share!: Wikis work best when they have lots of interesting content to go around. So the more good content you can add, the better chance the wiki will be helpful. Remember that the content is what brings the community to the wiki; it is what you have in common, so focusing on that will help bind the community together.

Recent Announcements

  • Welcome to the Homeless Hub COVID-19 Wiki Welcome to the COVID-19 Homeless Hub Wiki- a place where community providers working with people experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic can share their plans, ideas, documents, observations ...
    Posted Mar 25, 2020, 2:48 PM by Caitlin Bayer
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