As part of the war on Coronavirus, RV's are now being used to quarantine or isolate those that suspect they have been exposed to the coronavirus and need to be separated from high-risk family members. The cost can be less than half as expensive as that of an apartment.
RV's can also be used for housing health care workers so that they can keep doing their job without the risk of exposing others that they live with. FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) has provided many of these RV's for free.
Some RV associations have been providing free services to Medical personnel. RVACA is providing temporary housing through its Coronavirus Assistance Fund. RVACA is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization and their website.
Individuals and families experiencing homelessness can contact their local homeless Continuum of Care. In many communities, they can also call 211 for assistance.