Everyone counts. No matter where they live.
Volunteer here for the 2017 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count.
About The Homeless Count
All across Los Angeles every January, we embark on a three-day mission to count our homeless neighbors. From these efforts and thanks to our caring communities, we don’t have to accept homelessness as an unsolvable problem.
Last year we conducted the largest homeless census in the nation:
- 7500+ volunteers
- 100 percent coverage of the Los Angeles Continuum of Care’s census tracts
- 5000+ completed demographic surveys
About The Youth Count
The Youth Count provides a snapshot of how many unaccompanied youth under age 18 (without a parent or guardian), and transition age young adults (age 18-24) are experiencing homelessness on any given night throughout the Los Angeles area.Learn More
All volunteers will be fully trained to ensure a successful and safe Homeless Count experience. Check back here as trainings are scheduled and stay tuned for our new interactive training video – so that you can watch and learn on demand in advance of the Count.Learn More
During the Los Angeles Continuum of Care (LACoC) October 2016 SPA Community meetings, LAHSA staff presented information on the creation of the Regional Homelessness Advisory Council (RHAC) and the election process for...
Los Angeles, CA (November 3, 2016) – Citing the significant increase in homeless women across Los Angeles County, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority Commission is calling for an ad hoc committee devoted to ad...