0 Community Corner Orange County is gearing up for its biennial Point In Time, and resident volunteers are needed to help the count. Miranda Ceja , Patch Staff Posted Reply ORANGE COUNTY, CA — It’s that time of the year, Orange County. The Point In Time biennial count is slotted to be conducted from sunset to sunrise, Jan. 24 and Jan. 25, and county officials are asking for your aid in helping the count. The Point In Time is a count of people experiencing homelessness on a given night that takes place during the last ten days of January, according to the county. The count offers vital information that helps the County of Orange better understand how to service and respond to homelessness in the county. Volunteer opportunities will be available leading up to the event and at the event itself, the county said. Resident volunteers are encouraged to register and help shape homeless services in Orange County for the future, the county said. Residents interested in volunteering must complete a self-guided training followed by a questionnaire, or participate in one of three live web-based pieces of training. Residents can register to volunteer through the county’s website . Additionally, volunteers… Read full this story
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