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2022 SACRAMENTO COUNTY POINT-IN-TIME HOMELESS COUNT

Point in time count interview

Social Work Faculty Lead the Science in

Addressing Homelessness in the Sacramento Region

Every two years, Sacramento County, its cities, and the Sacramento Homeless Continuum of Care undertake an extensive effort to document every individual in the region experiencing homelessness during a 24-hour period. This effort, known as the "Point-in-Time Homeless Count," provides a single-­night snapshot of nearly all individuals and families staying at emergency/transitional shelters in the county, as well as unsheltered individuals, such as those sleeping outside, in tents or vehicles, under bridges, or other places not meant for human habitation. -Sacramento Steps Forward, 2022

The "July 2022 Homelessness in Sacramento County, Results from the 2022 Point-in-Time Count" report prepared by Division of Social Work Faculty, Dr. Arturo Baiocchi, Dr. Susanna Curry, Dr. Frances Furio, Dr. Kyle Caler, Dr. Ethan Evans, and the Center for Health Practice, Policy, and Research.

July 2022 Homelessness in Sacramento County, Results from the 2022 Point-in-Time Count

Sacramento Bee - Sacramento County’s homeless population surpasses San Francisco’s for first time, report shows

Sacramento Steps Forward