The spread of COVID-19 has unleashed a health and economic crisis of unprecedented scope. This disaster has highlighted the housing insecurity that many individuals and families were already experiencing, the heightened risk from the novel coronavirus faced by people experiencing homelessness, and the need to quickly deliver housing relief in responding to this public health crisis. Women and families across the nation need policymakers to focus both on immediate housing assistance for people experiencing homelessness and renters and structural fixes to address underlying reasons for our nation’s persistent housing crisis.