At Project Homeless Connect, we take the health and wellbeing of participants, providers, and volunteers very seriously.
We have been in close communication with the Department of Public Health over concerns related to COVID-19 and our upcoming Community Day of Service on March 4th, which hosts more than 1,600 attendees to provide services, receive services, and volunteer. While there are still zero confirmed cases in San Francisco, after careful consideration, today the Department of Public Health recommended that we reschedule the event as a preventative measure due to the large number of attendees that come to a PHC event to volunteer, provide services, and receive services. Project Homeless Connect relies on the advice of healthcare experts to make these difficult decisions. We appreciate DPH for their thoughtful consideration and will be following their recommendation to reschedule the March 4th Community Day of Service event.
Project Homeless Connect will continue to host our Drop-in Services. To access additional services throughout San Francisco, please visit our Available Services in March Guide which we will update regularly. We will be updating service information regarding where to access services in the next few days, as well as helpful information from SFDPH on accessing healthcare. To continue offering support, PHC will be providing information & hygiene kits at the venue location and conducting outreach information of available services in San Francisco.
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Please note that what makes our event so special is that we provide services on site. You must directly offer a service, rather than information or referrals to another date/location.