POINT-IN-TIME COUNT

January 2024 PIT Count

The initial 2024 Point in Time Count (PIT) preliminary data release is now available to the public. Please see the dashboard below for the data preview. The final report is set to be released later this year and it will include more detailed local data.

To view the official press release, please click here.

The 2022 Point in Time Count (PIT) and previous years’ data reports can be found here

PURPOSE of the Point in Time Homeless Count:

Every two years, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires communities to conduct a Point-in-Time (PIT) Count of individuals, youth, and families experiencing homelessness and provide specific data about their demographics and characteristics. This Count is a “snapshot” of homelessness (both sheltered and unsheltered) in our community and nationally. Locally, the data helps:

• Inform program, policy, funding, and system design decisions
• Measure progress in decreasing homelessness
• Increase public awareness
• Advocate for additional resources in our effort to end homelessness countywide.

The Count includes those who are forced to sleep outdoors, in vehicles, tents or makeshift structures as well as a count of people residing in shelters, transitional housing and safe parking programs.

2024 Dashboard For Alameda County