2020 Point in Time Homeless Count: Online Hotspot Locator
The Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County is the coordinator of a federally mandated homeless count that occurs every other year. During this single night, volunteers canvass the streets in groups of three or four and attempt to count every unsheltered homeless person in suburban Cook County. The results of the Count are reported to the federal government in order to secure funds for homelessness programs and create a baseline for continued efforts to end homelessness in suburban Cook County. The Count also helps to raise awareness about homelessness and barriers to stable housing in our communities.
The Online "Hotspot Locator" is a method for identifying unsheltered locations where the homeless congregate, occupy shared space, and reside for habitation. Hotspots are updated for each Homeless Count. If you know of any locations that should be included in the 2020 Homeless Count, please complete the form below.
If you have any questions, please contact Katie Spoden at
Please provide an address, intersection, 24 hour place-of-business, homeless encampment, etc. to canvass for our 2020 Homeless Count
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