2019 Everyone Counts Street Count
Every year, on a single day, all across the United States, volunteers get together in an attempt to county every homeless person in the country. This is known as the Point-in-Time PIT count. PIT Counts are a measure of the number of homeless people on a specific day (hence the point in time reference). This type of counting is known as “taking a snapshot” of the situation. 
This will be my fourth year volunteering for this count, and this year's count will require 300+ volunteers to spread throughout Pima County visiting camps in washes and desert, bus stops, meal sites, abandoned buildings, and other areas where people without housing may shelter on the morning of January 23, 2019. Volunteers need not be experienced, but have a desire to contribute to a community-wide effort to help reduce homelessness in Pima County.
There is a required training prior to the event if you have not volunteered before. If you're interested in volunteering, e-mail me at tim@habitationrealty.com and I'll go over how it works in more detail. More registration info below. 
From the Pima Country Street Count Workgroup:
To register to volunteer for the 2019 Everyone Counts Street Count, please use the following link:
Take the Survey
Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:
If this is your first time volunteering with the Street Count, you will be required to participate in a community volunteer training--time and date to be determined soon. The training will be followed by a team meeting with your Street Count Team Leader and team.
If you have participated in a training in years past, you are not required to attend the training again, but we ask that you attend the team meeting to meet with your Team Leader and team.
More detailed information about the Volunteer Training/ Team Meeting, and the Street Count will be coming your way the early in January 2019. In the meantime, please feel free to share this registration form by passing along this link with others who might have an interest in volunteering: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_efYPUw2z6Ag1QHj
To stay current with Pima County Street Count happenings like us on Facebook. Here you can ask questions, connect with other volunteers, and learn about efforts to end homelessness in Tucson.
With gratitude,
Pima Country Street Count Workgroup

Contact us:
(520) 626-4911"