2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count

Volunteer for the Homeless Count

In 2018, Los Angeles County’s homeless population decreased for the first time in four years. But the forces driving people into homelessness persist, and we see the results on our streets. LA still has the largest unsheltered homeless population in the country.

Every year, we conduct a census of the homeless population through the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. The Count helps us better understand homelessness in our region and direct resources where they’re needed most.

You can now register for the Count, which will take place January 22-24. We need 8,000 volunteers to canvas more than 80 cities and 200 communities across LA County.

Our Volunteer Quota

Goal

8,000 Volunteers

Current

3,200 Volunteers

Help Us Spread The Word

We need 8000 volunteers each year for a successful Homeless Count in Greater Los Angeles. Help us spread the word through your networks via Facebook and Twitter!

Flyers & Materials

We have lots of resources to help you promote the 2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. Please pick a section below to download our promotional materials.

Thank you for your help in the fight to end homelessness in the Greater Los Angeles area.

View the Spanish and Korean versions of our materials

Highlights from 2018

2018 Results

4%

decrease from 2017

52,765

people experiencing homelessness

14%

increase in people experiencing homeless for the first time

18%

decrease in chronic homelessness.

19%

decrease in veteran homelessness

Questions, Comments, or Suggestions?