Coronavirus Guidance for Homeless Providers

Nevada County Homeless Plan

Nevada County’s Homeless Plan follows the guidance provided by the local, State and Federal government as pertains to COVID-19 and Homelessness. As that guidance changes and the situation evolves, the plan will be updated as resources allow.

Nevada County’s Homeless Plan for COVID-19 (PDF)

It is important to note that current data suggests that 80% of people infected with COVID-19 will show mild symptoms, or no symptoms, but can still spread the virus.

Homeless Service Provider Toolkit

Homeless Resources Fact Sheet 8.5x14(PNG)

Nevada County’s Homeless Fact Sheet for COVID-19 (PDF) (8.5x14in)

Nevada County’s Homeless Fact Sheet for COVID-19 (PNG)

The HOME Team

The HOME Team helps connect homeless individuals in Nevada County to services, including mental health services, medical care, public assistance services, and housing assistance services. Contact the HOME Team at (530) 470-2686 or Find more information on the HOME Team and County homeless services at

CDC Guidance

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has the most up-to-date guidance for homeless providers/shelters

State Guidance

The State of California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency has also released guidance for homeless providers on coronavirus, including recommendations on plans for Continuums of Care (CoCs), city and county homelessness officials and their partners and communicating regularly.