One Night Count
In 2016 the Coalition on Homelessness suspended our leadership of the One Night Count of people who are homeless outside. We are deeply proud of the many partnerships that powered this community assessment project over 37 years, and of the education and advocacy inspired by the One Night Count. Our education, advocacy, and organizing continue! Find out more about our work here.
Information on the current Point-in-Time Count
Count Us In
Every Continuum of Care is responsible for organizing a Point-in-Time Count of people who are homeless in shelters, in transitional housing, and outside.
All Home King County, as the convener of the local Continuum of Care, is in charge of overseeing the local count. Beginning in January 2017 these activities are known as Count Us In. Learn more about “Count Us In” here.