Participant 212 Community Conversations Interview



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Trenton, N.J.: New Jersey State Library



In this interview, Participant 212 describes their day-to-day experience working at a community organization during the COVID-19 pandemic. The participant shares that they have been keeping distance from others and keeping busy cleaning and working in maintenance, emphasizing that social distancing has been a way for them to stay safe. They share their perspective that the state could have supported with more housing and shelter for people experiencing homelessness.


COVID-19 Health Behaviors, Unpredictability, Self-Care Strategies, Social Disconnect - Social Isolation and Loneliness, Secondary Suffering and Trauma, Negative Mental Health Outcomes, Social Re-Connect, Acts of Kindness, Positive Outlook, Loss of Job or Business, Religion or Spirituality, Resources Needed, Recommendations, Homeless Individuals, Housing Insecurity_Instability, Resilience, View of NJ Government's Response to the Pandemic, View of the Federal Government's Response (in 2020), Passaic Co. (N.J.), New Jersey, COVID-19 Pandemic



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