Thank you to everyone who participated in Count Us In 2017!
The core purpose of our annual Point in Time (PIT) Count is to collect data on the needs of people experiencing homelessness in our community. The count also provides an excellent opportunity to increase awareness of homelessness and to spark action. A successful and accurate PIT Count is an essential component to informing our system response to the need in our community and to ultimately making homelessness rare, brief and one-time.
For questions about the PIT count, please contact email@example.com.
|David Johns Bowling||Congregations for the Homeless|
|Brooke Buckingham||City of Redmond|
|Merina Hanson||City of Kent|
|Dan Burton||Downtown Emergency Service Center|
|Dan Wise||Catholic Community Services|
|Kate Speltz||King County Dept. of Community and Human Services|
|City of Seattle Human Services Department|
|Liahann Bannerman||United Way King County|
|Francesca Martin||Compass Housing Alliance|
|Manuela Ginnett||Multi-Service Center|
|Laird Redway||King County DCHS Veteran Outreach|
|Amanda Thompkins||King County DCHS Evaluation|
|Leslie Miller||City of Kirkland|
|Sinan Demirel||Community Member|
|Nancy Sherman||Community Member|
|Dominick Dellino||Community Member|
|Karen Bergsvik||City of Renton|
|Eden Bossom||King County Housing Authority|
|Sara Baker||Housing Development Consortium|
|Applied Survey Research|
Thank you to all of our volunteers and guides, local advocates, service providers and Applied Survey Research for your participation in Count Us In 2017! It was inspiring to see hundreds of volunteers and guides coming together to document the extent of homelessness in our community.