Behavioral Health Division
Let's Make Everyone Count!
We need volunteers for the 2015 Point-in-Time count of Contra Costa County's homeless community, from Wednesday, January 28 to Friday, January 30.
Data from this survey helps us to more effectively serve county residents in great need of assistance. The count also serves as our kickoff event for Zero 2016, a national effort to end chronic and veteran homelessness over the next two years.
Volunteers will work 4-hour shifts, interviewing consumers at locations such as food distribution sites, healthcare facilities and soup kitchens, and must also attend a 2-hour training session, either 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 25 or from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 26.
Your assignment will be based on your availability and location.
The Contra Costa County Homeless Program's mission is to ensure an integrated system of care, from prevention through intervention, for homeless individuals and families within our community. We strive to accomplish this through the development of policies and practices, community involvement, advocacy, and the coordination of services that respect human dignity, strengthen partnerships, and maximize resources.
How Can We Help?
- Do you need Emergency Shelter? Youth | Adult
- Want to know how you can serve your local homeless community? Learn More
- Interested in participating on our Advisory Board? Learn More
- Interested in Contra Costa's homeless demographics? Learn More
- Want to know more about our local homeless providers and their services? Learn More
Administrative Offices at
Contra Costa Behavioral Health Services
1350 Arnold Drive, Suite 202
Martinez, CA 94553 [map & directions]
Main Office Telephone: 925-313-7700