Point-in-Time (PIT) Count 2023
2023 PIT Count Date: 1/30/23-1/31/23
The Point-in-Time (PIT) Count is an annual count on one night in January of those experiencing homelessness. We are recruiting volunteers for Jefferson County's 2023 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count. Volunteers will conduct interviews with individuals and families experiencing homelessness who are accessing services at service centers and/or in outdoor locations. All volunteers must register below and will be expected to complete a brief recorded online training in advance of the count.
The PIT Count generates an annual snapshot of homelessness on a single night, and raises public awareness, promotes collaboration across seven counties, provides needed data, helps to apply for funding, and reminds the community that everyone counts!
WHEN & WHERE
The 2023 PIT Count runs from 5-8pm on January 30, 2023 and from 6am-4pm on January 31st. Volunteers will be deployed throughout Jeffco based on the geographic preference and shift(s) selected on the registration form.
The PIT Count will use a full census count (brief interviews) using an app-based survey designed for easy access on your smart phone. Volunteers may choose to participate in self-identified groups of 2-3 people OR we’ll pair you with another person. You’ll select your preference on the registration form. Must be 18 to participate!
Local Organizations Working to End Homelessness
Consider partnering with a Heading Home member included in the list below.
Elevates lives by providing access to affordable housing, food security and the supportive social services people need to thrive.
C3 Community Connections Center
Works cooperatively and collaboratively to provide referrals, resources, and services to justice involved individuals in a single location.
Volunteer/Donations of clothing/hygiene items
A community in which people have access to food and resources to foster self-sufficiency
Colorado Safe Parking Initiative
A citizen-led initiative to encourage safe, legal parking locations for individuals and families experiencing homelessness who are living in vehicles in Colorado’s Front Range communities
Evergreen Christian Outreach
Assists people in the Evergreen and nearby mountain communities with their basic and urgent needs and to help them realize their potential on a path to self-sufficiency.
Family Promise of Greater Denver
Forms relationships with families at risk of or experiencing homelessness by providing shelter, meals, and a spectrum of supportive services as they obtain permanent stability.
A non-profit human services agency providing innovative, life-changing services designed to end child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness.
Inspires hope, improve lives, and strengthen our community by providing mental health and related solutions for individuals and families.
Jefferson County Human Services Foundation
A 501(c)3 nonprofit agency that complements the work of Jefferson County Human Services by incubating and promoting innovations that fuel prosperity for all families. One of the programs it directly supports is the Jeffco Prosperity Partners (JPP), whose transformative change model is used to combat generational poverty and move low-income families to self-defined success.
Creates clean and sober residential opportunities for recovery and healing, with a special mission to serve the LGBTQAI+ community
Metro Denver Homeless Initiative (MDHI)
Leading and advancing collaboration to end homelessness in our region.
Mountain Resource Center
Strengthens our mountain communities with services that empower people.
Volunteer / Donate
Provides access to opportunities for resources, community and recovery with our unhoused neighbors.
Severe Weather Shelter Network
Partners with organizations and agencies in the community to provide emergency overnight shelter on life threatening winter nights for individuals living on the streets.
St. Anthony Hospital Foundation
Makes it possible for St. Anthony Hospital to continue its mission of caring for those who are ill and nurturing the health of the people in our communities.
STRIDE Community Health Center
Partners with the community to provide excellent, culturally-sensitive health services to meet the needs of each individual.
The Action Center
Provides an immediate and compassionate response to those in our community experiencing hardship and by offering the resources and services needed to stabilize lives and promote pathways to lasting change.
Wheat Ridge Community Foundation - Homeless Navigation Program
The City of Wheat Ridge Homeless Navigator assists those experiencing a housing crisis find stable housing and obtain the services and resources needed to maintain that housing. The Homeless Navigator is part of a County-wide homeless navigation model that works directly with persons experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of homelessness. Your donation funds move-in kits, transportation and motel vouchers, housing deposits and hats, mittens and gloves.
If you need immediate help with housing or related issues, visit the Get Help page for a list of local resources. Signing up for the newsletter here will not provide this assistance.