Volunteers and employees will deploy from 39 different locations for the Point In Time Count
RIVERSIDE COUNTY — More than 1,000 volunteers, along with employees from the county and all 28 cities, will fan out at 5 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 25, to count the area’s homeless population. This is the largest number of volunteers ever organized to support the annual Point In Time count.
The count helps agencies respond to homelessness by getting a better picture of the number of unsheltered residents living in the county, as well as connect homeless individuals and families to housing and needed wraparound services. Same-day housing and wraparound services are available for vulnerable homeless residents, including seniors, veterans, families with children and unaccompanied children.
Volunteers from colleges, universities, community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, cities and county departments. Elected officials and leaders from the County of Riverside and all 28 cities will also help.
Volunteers and employees will deploy from 39 different locations throughout the Riverside County area are volunteering,
- Homeless Point In Time Count: Riverside County Department of Social Services