Loudoun County is among the jurisdictions in the National Capital Region that will conduct the annual Point-in-Time Count of people in the community who are experiencing a housing crisis or homelessness. The count is scheduled to be conducted the night of Wednesday, January 24, 2024.
The Point-in-Time Count, which is conducted locally and nationally, has been facilitated by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) since 2001. The data from the one-day snapshot of individuals and families experiencing homelessness is compiled into an annual report produced by COG.
Members of the local Continuum of Care (CoC) will canvass the county to assist anyone who is unsheltered by providing resources and information on programs and services. The Continuum of Care is comprised of organizations that service unsheltered, unstably housed and homeless residents, such as hospitals, mental health providers, advocacy groups, public housing authorities, developers, public schools, law enforcement, judicial entities, faith-based organizations and Loudoun County Government.
Key benefits of the Point-in-Time Count include:
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