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Announcements

Shared Housing Services always has things going on.  Check out what we've got happening now.

We're Hiring!

We’re currently looking for a new Executive Director.  Check out the job description below to see if you feel you qualify.

King 5 Interview

With nearly 3,000 young adults roaming the streets looking for a place to sleep, Tacoma s homeless problem has become critical...

Check out the Shared Housing Services on King 5.

Spring for housing

The Shared Housing Services Spring For Housing event is March 14, 2015.

COVID-19

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES AND INFORMATION

Doctor On Demand

  • In the next week or so, all U.S. associates will have access to virtual care through Doctor on Demand (DOD) telemedicine. DOD can be accessed at www.doctorondemand.com or by downloading the app from the App Store. For most appointments, your share will be $4.90.

  • Currently and under normal circumstances, the DOD benefit is available only to people enrolled on the AWC medical plan, but we are temporarily extending those benefits to all U.S.associates thru 4/24/2020 to provide an avenue for medical care that does not require an in-person visit to a medical facility.

  • Please note that Doctor on Demand and other telemedicine vendors are extremely overstretched during this busy time.We received guidance that the best way to speak with a DOD physician is to choose the “make an appointment” option when setting up medical care with DOD.

Other Resources

Please note that all telemedicine vendors are extremely overstretched during this busy time. We received guidance that the best way to speak with a telemedicine physician is to choose the “make an appointment” option when setting up medical care with your telemedicine provider (if that is an option) and/or be prepared for a long wait.

You should seek immediate medical care if symptoms become more severe (e.g., high fever, difficulty breathing, etc.).Patients at higher risk for severe COVID-19 infection include healthcare workers, first responders, patients in nursing homes, patients with severe lung illness or chronic disease, exposure to a known COVID-19 patient, pregnant women and patients older than 60 years of age.