Webinar: “Youth Targeted Point-In-Time Counts: What You Need to Know!”

written by naehblog
October 10, 2012

Last week the Alliance and co-sponsors held a webinar on counting youth experiencing homelessness during the HUD mandated point-in-time counts that will be held in January 2013.

The webinar explored what three communities — San Jose, D.C., and southern Nevada — have done to effectively count youth experiencing homelessness. We had a fantastic turnout and received great feedback.

The Alliance would like to thank our partners who contributed to the webinar: the John Burton Foundation for Children without Homes (JBF), National Network for Youth (NN4Y), and the DC Alliance of Youth Advocates (DCAYA).

To build on this momentum, the Alliance is producing yet another webinar (with co-sponsors the NN4Y and DCAYA) titled “Youth Targeted Point-In-Time Counts: What You Need to Know!”  This time the webinar will feature Peter Connery of Applied Survey Research and will focus on:

  • Developing Key Partnerships;
  • Planning;
  • Safety and Privacy Concerns;
  • Recruiting Volunteers;
  • Deployment of Teams to Conduct the Counts;
  • The Survey Process;
  • Rural Communities; and
  • Take Aways.

Per usual, we will have time for a robust Q&A session to answer as many questions as possible.

Please join us on Thursday, October 18, at 1:30 P.M. EST by registering for this important webinar.