In order to slow the spread of COVID-19, state and federal officials have repeatedly urged residents to stay at home and quarantine as much as possible. But what about those who have no home to turn to?

With limited access to sanitation and space to properly social distance, those experiencing homelessness face a higher risk for worse outcomes from the virus. As the RN Homeless Health Case Manager and Outreach Nurse at Family HealthCare, Tara Bowen has spent the past several months working to mitigate that risk.

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