OHPI is responsible for administering several types of funding streams for the Fayette County homeless system. All funding streams are dedicated to making homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring.
2023 LexCount volunteers
Now Accepting Volunteers for the 2023 LexCount!
The Lex End Homelessness Continuum of Care (CoC) seeks teams of volunteers to visit dozens of outdoor locations where persons experiencing unsheltered homelessness might be found to sleep overnight. Volunteers will conduct a count of the number of individuals and households identified to be without shelter, complete surveys with those identified, facilitate access to emergency shelter, and distribute care packages.
This year's LexCount will take place on the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 25.
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Investment
2015 – 2020
Lexington-Fayette County Continuum of Care
For more information about the Lex End Homelessness movement, visit lexendhomelessness.com.
Community plans provide a coordinated response for circumstances that require increased services.