Police and social service workers search under an Everett overpass during the 2015 Point in Time survey. This year’s one-day count, which estimates the number of homeless people and works to provide services, is scheduled for Jan. 23 across Snohomish County. (Herald file)

Police and social service workers search under an Everett overpass during the 2015 Point in Time survey. This year’s one-day count, which estimates the number of homeless people and works to provide services, is scheduled for Jan. 23 across Snohomish County. (Herald file)

County’s annual survey of homelessness planned Jan. 23

The numbers are key to securing funding to help the area’s most vulnerable people.

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