Calling in to complete the census requires responding to a Voice Response Unit (VRU) and selecting a language. If your Senior has hearing issues or gets frustrated with the VRU, Caregivers can get them started or input the information for them. If a Senior is not comfortable using a computer, you can help them complete the census on this device as well. The same with the mail version. If you are not counted via phone, computer or mail, a person will come to your house, a scen
All Children Count on the US Census! Call Us 619.427.2119 | Chulavistacc.org -Count children in the home where they live and sleep most of the time, even if their parents don’t live there. -If a child’s time is divided between two homes, count them where they stay most often. If they evenly divide their time, or you do not know where they stay most often, count them where they are staying on April 1, 2020. -Count children living in your home if they don’t have a permanent pla
“Holguin said the pandemic illustrates why the census is so important: because people need health and other services that are supported by federal funding.”
Census data determines how billions of federal dollars are divvied up among states, which then fund a variety of priorities such as public schools, free and reduced-price lunches, community health centers, Head Start child care programs and roads and highway projects. View CVCC San Diego Union-Tribune Article #chulacou
Cada 10 años, la Oficina del Censo de los Estados Unidos realiza un censo para contar a todos los residentes en los Estados Unidos. El censo se lleva a cabo en años que terminan en cero, y el día de referencia para el próximo censo es el 1 de abril de 2020 - ¡Día del Censo!
En 2020, el Censo ofrece tres modos de respuesta para que todos puedan responder de la manera que prefieran: ya sea en cualquier momento y en cualquier lugar a través de Internet, o por teléfono o devolv