Partners for HOME

2024 Atlanta Point-in-Time Count (NIGHT)

January 22nd, 2024
St. Luke's Episcopal Church (435 Peachtree St NE)

The Atlanta Point-in-Time Count gives the City and its partner agencies valuable information on the homeless population that makes it possible to strategically target resources for optimal results. We will be surveying the unsheltered homeless who are sleeping in outdoor locations such as sidewalks, parks, encampments and under bridges. The surveys will provide demographic information on each homeless individual, give insight to their homeless history, and assess individual needs that will enable the Continuum to effectively plan housing and service interventions to prevent and end homelessness in Atlanta. 

Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Each slot lists that team's leader and the organization that he/she is associated with. You must be 18 years or older to volunteer.

This sign-up sheet is for the night of the Point-in-Time Count on January 22. If you are interested in volunteering for the day site counts the week following the night count, please fill out this form.

The Point-in-Time Count is an overnight event. Volunteers will report to St. Luke's Episcopal Church on the evening of January 22. The count will take place from 7 p.m. Monday January 22 to about 3 a.m. Tuesday January 23. More specific details will follow. 

Please note: the team you sign up for might not be the team you are assigned to. We may need to rearrange teams in the days leading up to the night count. We will communicate any changes directly with volunteers.

Any immediate questions can be directed to Abby Bracewell (

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In consideration for the willingness of Partners for HOME (“Organization”) to accept the individual signing below (“Volunteer”) as a volunteer, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are acknowledged, Volunteer does freely, voluntarily and without duress execute the following Release for and on behalf of him or herself and his or her heirs, successors, beneficiaries, and assigns:

1. Waiver and Release. Volunteer releases, forever discharges, indemnifies, and holds harmless Organization and its directors, officers, employees, volunteers, agents, successors and assigns (collectively the “Released Parties”) from any and all liability, claims, demands and causes of action of whatever kind or nature, either in law or in equity, arising out of or relating to Volunteer’s activities at Organization (“Activities”), including but not limited to any claim for any bodily injury, personal injury, illness, death or property damage that may arise out of, occur during or result from the Activities, regardless of whether caused in whole or in part by an act or omission of a Released Party. Volunteer also understands that, except as otherwise agreed to by a Released Party in writing, the Released Parties do not provide any financial assistance of any kind, including but not limited to medical, health or disability insurance coverage for any volunteer.

2. Medical Treatment. Volunteer releases, forever discharges, indemnifies, and holds harmless the Released Parties from any claim, demand or cause of action whatsoever arising out of or relating to any first aid or medical treatment rendered in connection with the Activities.

3. Assumption of the Risk. Volunteer understands that the Activities may involve work that may be hazardous to the Volunteer and inherently dangerous risks, including but not limited to travel to and from locations where Organization is performing its services or approaching individuals for interviews. Volunteer hereby expressly and specifically assumes the risk of damage, injury, harm or death in connection with such Activities. In addition to any other risks posed by participating or volunteering with Organization, the individual signing below understands that, despite any safety precautions being taken by Organization, by participating or volunteering with Organization, there is a risk of potential exposure to COVID-19 or any other harmful virus or bacteria, which may result in illness or death. The individual signing below releases, forever discharges, indemnifies and holds harmless Organization and its directors, officers, employees, volunteers, successors and assigns from any and all liability, claim, costs or expense related to such risk.

4. Media Release. Volunteer grants and conveys to Organization all right, title and interest in any and all photographic images and video or audio recordings made by or for Organization during Volunteer’s participation in the Activities, including, but not limited to, any royalties, proceeds, or other benefits derived from such photographs or recordings.

5. Governing Law. Volunteer expressly agrees that this Release is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the laws of the state of Georgia, and that this Release will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the state of Georgia without giving effect to its conflict of laws rules. Volunteer agrees that in the event that any clause or provision of this Release is held to be invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, the invalidity of that clause or provision will not affect the remaining provisions of this Release, which will continue to be enforceable. Volunteer agrees that the sole and exclusive jurisdiction and venue for litigation between Volunteer and Organization will be a state or federal court having jurisdiction over Fulton County, Georgia.

6. Confidential Information. Volunteer agrees that during his or her involvement with Organization, and thereafter as long as necessary to assure confidentiality, any private, privileged or confidential information he or she receives, including, but not limited to, personal information regarding staff, volunteers; client information; and personal observations of client, shall be considered and kept as the private, privileged and confidential records of Organization. Upon the termination of volunteer’s relationship with Organization, volunteer agrees that he or she will continue to treat the information as private, privileged, and confidential and will not release any such information to any person, firm, corporation, or other entity by written or verbal statements.