Last updated March 16, 2020
** This year’s Youth Count, which had been scheduled for
Monday, April 13th – Sunday, May 17th, is postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. **
* The results of last year’s Massachusetts Youth Count are now available. Read the 2019 Youth Count report (PDF) and Executive Summary (PDF) from the Massachusetts Commission on Unaccompanied Homeless Youth here. Regional data will be posted on our Unaccompanied Youth Homelessness page.*
The Coalition is proud to be a lead collaborator once again with the Massachusetts Commission on Unaccompanied Homeless Youth for the 7th annual Massachusetts Youth Count. The Massachusetts Youth Count mobilizes youth, young adults, youth providers funded by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services, Continua of Care, schools, and other community partners to survey young people under the age of 25 from all across the Commonwealth who are experiencing homelessness and housing instability. The insights and data gathered from the survey process are used to influence advocacy and programming to address youth and young adult homelessness.
This year’s Youth Count, which had been scheduled for
Monday, April 13th – Sunday, May 17th, is postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Please stay tuned for additional updates.The English language online survey and Spanish language online survey are online (please note that the surveys will go live on April 13th.) Additional links to other formats of the survey (printable versions in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Keryol, Cape Verdean Creole, etc.) will be available on this site soon.
Shortened survey links to share:
- English language online survey: https://tinyurl.com/mayceng2020 and http://tinyurl.com/youthcount2020
- Spanish langauge online survey: https://tinyurl.com/maycesp2020
Please download and share our outreach flyer (PDF).
While the regional youth agencies will be entering most surveys, if you are young person completing a paper survey, completed printed surveys can be scanned/photographed and emailed to Kelly or mailed to the Kelly Turley, Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless, 73 Buffum Street, Lynn, MA 01902.
For more details about the Coalition’s advocacy on addressing and ending youth and young adult homelessness, please click here:unaccompanied youth and young adult homelessness page or contact Kelly. Follow the Massachusetts Youth Count on social media: Youth Count Facebook page and Youth Count Twitter feed.