Community Partnerships to Address the Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic Among Residents of Public Housing

Oct 22, 2020  01:00 PM  EST

Community Partnerships to Address the Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic among Residents of Public Housing

The COVID-19 pandemic and its associated mitigation strategies are expected to have significant psychosocial, behavioral, socioeconomic, and health impacts, which are exacerbated in populations that experience health disparities and other vulnerable groups. Those experiencing health disparities prior to the COVID-19 pandemic are at increased risk of infection and other COVID-19 related consequences, such as  job loss, unpaid leave, and lost wages. Given the urgent need for prevention and mitigation strategies (i.e., physical distancing, wearing face coverings, frequent handwashing, disinfecting surfaces, shelter-in-place, self-isolation upon suspected exposure, leaving home only for essential activities, etc.), there is also a need to leverage and scale existing partnerships, resources and platforms and ongoing mitigation efforts within communities to attenuate adverse outcomes. This learning collaborative explored existing or developing partnership strategies to address the negative health impacts of COVID-19 in vulnerable populations.


Module 1: Recording and Slides

Aired: October 22, 2020

Module 2: Recording and Slides

Aired: November 5, 2020

Module 3: Slides

Aired: November 19, 2020

Module 4: Recording and Slides

Aired: December 3, 2020



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