Participant 013 Community Conversations Interview



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Trenton, N.J.: New Jersey State Library



In this interview, Participant 13 shares that the COVID-19 pandemic has deepened the housing problem in their community. The participant works at a community organization with housing services, and expresses fear that this service will be negatively affected during the pandemic. Yet, the participant finds great joy in providing support to others through work, and that COVID-19 may provide opportunities to figure out what more can be done to address housing insecurity. The pandemic has caused the participant to witness more death, which has been a great source of sadness.


View of the Federal Government's Response (in 2020), Housing, Positive Outlook, Secondary Suffering and Trauma, View of NJ Government's Response to the Pandemic, Self-Care Strategies, COVID-19 Pandemic, Passaic Co. (N.J.), New Jersey



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