2019 Southern Nevada Homeless Census

Volunteer for the 2019 Urban and Youth Counts!

Every year, Southern Nevada conducts a homeless census to canvass our neighborhoods and count people experiencing homelessness.  This information helps us understand who we are serving; the gaps in our services; and our priorities, so we can design even better policies.  Census results also inform federal funding, and help measure progress in our efforts to prevent and end homelessness.


Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions   2019 Homeless Census Volunteer Flyer – Full Page    2019 Homeless Census Volunteer Flyer – Quarter Page


10:00 PM on January 22nd to 4:00 AM on January 23rd
Register to volunteer at: https://tinyurl.com/19HomelessCensus

7:30 AM to 2:30 PM on January 23rd
Register to volunteer at: https://tinyurl.com/19YouthCensus

Training Videos are now available for the 2019 Homeless Census!

Please watch the 4-part training video located below. Be cautious of the sound when watching these videos as there may be some variation in volume levels. Videos may initially start simultaneously, pause all videos until ready to begin that training. These videos will tell you what to expect on the night or day of the count and instruct you on how to complete tally sheets during the count.  We encourage all volunteers taking part in this year’s Homeless Census to familiarize themselves with these videos; this will help to ensure an efficient and successful count!

Part 1: Introduction to the Census

Part 2: What to expect on Deployment Night

Part 3: Conducting the Urban Count

Part 4: Conducting the Youth Count


Urban Count Volunteers


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Youth Count Volunteers


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Keeping the impact going.  All year long.

Pop-Up Project Homeless Connect is a mini but mighty resource event.  Join us monthly to offer housing, healthcare, employment support, legal aid, showers, basic needs, pet care, community resources, and more to our neighbors experiencing homelessness.

Donations, service providers, and volunteers are needed!
For more information, visit Nevada Homeless Alliance.