Point in Time (PIT) Count Reports
What is in this report
The PIT Count Report includes summary tables of the total number of persons identified as experiencing homelessness on one night in January.. The count includes people experiencing homelessness who are unsheltered or who are sheltered in emergency shelter or transitional housing. It includes people at all program locations, whether or not the program uses the statewide data system HMIS. Programs included are identified in the Housing Inventory Count.
How to understand this report
The PIT count provides a one-night snapshot of homelessness. Data is collected annually in January.
The PIT count should be considered a minimum count, since some people outside the shelter system may not be found on the night of the study, especially people in rural areas and youth. Other data is available to understand counts throughout the year.
PIT Count Data is summarized by household type and includes separate subpopulation tables for households headed by youth (age 24 and under) or households that include military veterans.
Available data or reports