Volunteers needed for statewide homeless count

Local News

1/22/2019 – Volunteers across the state are needed to help with a project meant to better understand homelessness in Utah.

Volunteers will receive training this Wednesday, January 23rd before helping out with the three-day project that runs from Thursday, January 24th to Saturday the 26th.

The project is called the “Point-in-Time Count” and the goal is to find individuals and families living without shelter and gather information that will help connect them with available services. 

If you would like to learn more on how to sign up for Salt Lake County, click here.

For all other counties, you can find the information if you click here .

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