Count Us In

The core purpose of our annual Point-in-Time (PIT) Count — locally known as Count Us In — is to collect data on the needs of people experiencing homelessness in our community. The count also provides an excellent opportunity to increase awareness of homelessness and to spark action. A successful and accurate PIT Count is an essential component to informing our system response to the need in our community and to ultimately making homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring.

Read the News Release

How does the PIT Count compare to the number of households served in the homeless response system? Measuring Homelessness Dashboard

Participate in the Count

Thank you for participating in Count Us In 2020, King County’s Annual Point in Time Count (PIT), on January 24, 2020!


Point-In-Time Count and Housing Inventory Count:

Action Committee

Aren Sparck – Seattle Indian Health Board

Alyssa Downing – The Mockingbird Society, lived expertise

Alyson Moon – Mary’s Place

Brooke Buckingham – City of Redmond

Cobie Howard – Compass Housing Alliance

Danielle Winslow – formerly All Home

Domenick Dellino – Community Member

Dorsol Plants – DAWN

Dusty Olson – City of Seattle Human Services Dept

Francesca Murnan – Seattle Indian Health Board

Graham Pruss – WeCount/Vehicle Residency

Isaac Sanders – The Mockingbird Society

Jeremy Kutzke – Arc of King County

Jess Woolen – Sound (formerly of CPC)

Joanna Bomba-Grebb – King County Coordinated Entry for All

Kay Jun – Sound Generations

Kristina Sawyckyj – HCHN Community Advisory Group Chair, Lived Expertise

Lea Aromin – Coalition Ending Gender Based Violence

Leeze – Youth Action Board, Lived Expertise

Lisa Brooks – United Way King County

Maju Qureshi – Multi-Service Center, Federal Way

Mandy Urwiler – Community Member

Marci Curtin – formerly City of Seattle

Meena Richardson – United Indian Health Institute

Mehret Tekle -Schoolhouse Washington – Building Changes

Nikki Gane – Outreach, Community Member

Okesha Brandon – HCHN Community Advisory Group, Lived Expertise

Rekha Ravindran – Healthcare for the Homeless Network

Scott Schubert – Accelerator Y

Zachary DeWolf – formerly All Home

Zsa Zsa Taylor – HCHN Community Advisory Group, Lived Expertise

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