b'Meeting PeopleWhere They Are Community health outreach workers were critical in CCCs approach toI wanted peoplemeeting people where they are withto look around and see assistance during a challenging year.we were still here. We CCC outreach workers Casey Culleywere not backing away and David ONeil saw first-hand howfrom this work during the danger and uncertainty ofCOVID. Were in the COVID-19 was magnified for people living on the street. middle of it with them. Theres so much uncertainty, CASEY CULLEYsays David. Its just compounded for people who are already vulnerable. The team carried heavy backpacks to distribute masks, hand sanitizer, personal hygiene kits, food and water to people living outdoors across Portland. They screened people for COVID symptoms and connected them to care.And the team advised campers about how to creatively meet recommendations for hygiene and physical distancing, strengthening relationships in the process.Community health outreach workersDavid ONeil and Casey Culley.'