Information on Homelessness in Marin County
COVID is exacerbating poverty and many individuals and families in Marin County are facing increasingly harder times. Economic instability, rising fuel, food and rental costs, and chronic health concerns are pushing more people into poverty and many people are living on the streets, in vehicles, or in the hills around our county.
Marin County Point-in-Time Count 2019.
Every two years in January, communities across the country conduct comprehensive one-day counts of their homeless population to gain a better understanding of the individuals who are currently experiencing homelessness. This “Point-in-Time Count” also enables them to apply for Federal funding for local homeless programs. Marin County’s last count was conducted on January 28, 2019.