Summer 2016 Point-in-Time Count
Twice a year, Homeward sends people like me out into the community to learn about the number of people who are experiencing homelessness. We are also interested in talking to people who are not homeless so that we can learn more about differences that may make people more likely to experience homelessness.

In addition to counting people, we ask if you are willing to take a survey. The survey asks questions about your life and experiences and should take 10-15 minutes. The information you provide will be used to learn more about the needs of people experiencing homelessness in the region and possible risk factors for homelessness.

Taking this survey is voluntary, and you can stop at any time. We don’t think you will experience any problems by answering the questions, however, some of the questions are personal, and if you are not comfortable with a question or the survey, you don’t have to answer the question or you can stop taking the survey.

We will not ask your name or any information that uniquely identifies you. The information that we report from the survey will be based on information about groups of people. Your responses will not be singled out.

If you have any questions or concerns about the survey, you can contact Margot Ackermann at Homeward (343-2045x11).

If you want to talk to anyone after taking the survey, please let a volunteer or your case manager know so that we can arrange for this.

Please select the site where the survey is being administered. Use TEST only to see how the survey works.

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