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While we’ve been living with COVID-19 for quite some time now, it remains a new disease and we are still learning about the role of different types of transmission and to what extent it may spread in Minnesota. This website links to COVID-19 resources and information for supporting people experiencing homelessness and the staff who support them.
This page provides information on Minnesota’s plans to roll out vaccines to people experiencing homelessness and the staff who support them and resources to learn more about the vaccine and help people make an informed choice about getting vaccinated.
This page links to specific public health guidance from the CDC and MDH for shelters, outreach programs, and other programs supporting people experiencing homelessness.
This page has information on the funding resources to support the COVID-19 response for people experiencing homelessness. There is information about funding that has been allocated, currently available resources and reporting requirements for currently funded entities.
This page has the recordings and materials for the webinars and information on how to register and join the weekly webinars that take place every Wednesday from 1:00-2:00 pm. They are hosted by staff from the Minnesota Interagency Council on Homelessness, the Department of Health, and Department of Human Service.
Learn about the ways to engage with our team. This page has information on the Webinar Speakers Bureau and monthly Peer to Peer conversations for providers.