A MESSAGE FROM VHC
During the COVID-19 crisis, VHC is committed to continue serving our communities, local and abroad. We understand that this pandemic have caused much fear and anxiety throughout the world, especially with the underserved population.
We have gathered various resources that can help support those struggling to mitigate these confusing and overwhelming times. Below you will find information about COVID-19 and supportive resources for unemployment, mental health, insurance and more.
COVID-19 is an emerging and evolving situation. Learn more about symptoms, modes of transmission, risks, rates and prevention.
There has been much misinformation regarding COVID-19 circulating around. Here are some of the common myths regarding COVID-19 that are explained with the correct information.
If you or a loved one begins to display symptoms of COVID-19, it may be a good idea to get tested depending on the circumstance. Here is some information regarding testing and where you may be able to get tested.
Learn more about the technology behind the current COVID vaccine options and how you can find a vaccination location near you.
COVID-19 has made significant impacts on everyone’s lives. Here is more information on the current state and the options available to address various economic concerns such as unemployment, health insurance, and essential businesses.
HOUSING AND FOOD ASSISTANCE
During these uncertain times, some may be facing housing issues and concerns about whether they can get their next meal. Here we have organized different housing resources such as shelters and programs providing food assistance.
Concerns may revolve around you and your family’s health, economic stability, and the mental health of you and your loved ones. Luckily, there are several online resources that you can turn to for guidance in this difficult time.
It is important to abide by government regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are federal and Washington state guidelines that all citizens should adhere to.
Misinformation about coronavirus has been creating fear as well as provoking unacceptable behavior. Here we touch on the topics of stigma, discrimination, and also potential scams and misinformation.