At Project Homeless Connect, we take the health and wellbeing of participants, providers, volunteers, and staff very seriously. We know that people experiencing homelessness, people who are economically vulnerable, and those with chronic health conditions are at a greater risk of being impacted by COVID-19. Project Homeless Connect is committed to continuing to provide essential services to our participants, many of whom are members of these communities. Based on recommendations from the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), the Mayor’s Shelter in Place Ordinance (March 16) and advise from the medical community, we will be implementing the following COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Preparedness Plan for Project Homeless Connect to be implemented until further notice.
PHC plans to continue providing services through Virtual Support methods until April 7th. Our Resource Specialists are still available to support Participants Remotely, and we will be continuing to provide services and resource information to Participants. Please know that we are not stopping services, we are simply reworking the framework with which we provide them temporarily.
Please view our COVID-19 Preparedness Plan HERE and to view any schedule or program modifications.
Project Homeless Connect has a goal to help make access to services more efficient and effective. We have created a guide which highlights many services throughout San Francisco, available this month. Please visit our Available Services in March & April Guide which we will update regularly.
We are proud to share with you the impact results from our last Fiscal Year. We want to thank all of the donors, volunteers, neighbors, and Participants that come together every year to support our programs and build Compassion.