(Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

(Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Point in Time count undertaken in Port Townsend

Olympic Community Action Programs volunteer Dawn Darington, left, talks with a man who wished to be identified as Edgar to gather his information for the 2020 annual Point in Time count on Thursday in Port Townsend.

The annual national count attempts to record the total number of people living in tents or other outdoor areas, vehicles and any other place not meant for habitation.

People at risk of homelessness, such as those couch surfing, also are counted.

The count keeps a record of the homeless community and helps officials receive funds for programs.

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