Volunteer Holly Shelton, right, is not able to get a survey from a man she encountered in Everett. The man, who will not be included in Snohomish County’s homeless count because he didn’t take the survey, was given a warm hat and socks. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Volunteer Holly Shelton, right, is not able to get a survey from a man she encountered in Everett. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
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Homeless point-in-time counts were conducted across the United States recently, because they are the main way cities and counties are able to solicit federal dollars to address homelessness. But across the state, methods for counting people vary widely.  VIEW

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Volunteer Holly Shelton, right, is not able to get a survey from a man she encountered in Everett. The man, who will not be included in Snohomish County’s homeless count because he didn’t take the survey, was given a warm hat and socks. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Volunteer Holly Shelton, right, is not able to get a survey from a man she encountered in Everett. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Project Homeless

Across Washington, volunteers fan out to count homeless people – but in very different ways

Homeless point-in-time counts were conducted across the United States recently, because they are the main way cities and counties are able to solicit federal dollars to address homelessness. But across the state, methods for counting people vary widely.  VIEW

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Volunteer Holly Shelton, right, is not able to get a survey from a man she encountered in Everett. The man, who will not be included in Snohomish County’s homeless count because he didn’t take the survey, was given a warm hat and socks. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Volunteer Holly Shelton, right, is not able to get a survey from a man she encountered in Everett. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Project Homeless

Across Washington, volunteers fan out to count homeless people – but in very different ways

Homeless point-in-time counts were conducted across the United States recently, because they are the main way cities and counties are able to solicit federal dollars to address homelessness. But across the state, methods for counting people vary widely.  VIEW