2020 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count
The Balance of State CoCs hosted the annual Point in Time (PIT) Count Webinar on Friday, November 15th from 10am-11:30am.
The 2020 PIT Count is scheduled for Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020. Any partners who will be involved in coordinating and supporting the PIT Count was requested to participate in this webinar, including unsheltered PIT Count coordinators, emergency shelter providers and transitional housing providers.
In addition, community partners who may be involved in supporting the PIT Count were encouraged to participate including: homeless assistance providers, local government officials, advocates, local funders, schools/universities, community service providers, faith-based partners, and people with lived experience.
You can review the recording of the webinar here – 2020 PIT Count Webinar Recording
The PowerPoints used during the presentation can be found here – 2020 PIT Count Training Slides – Diana T. Myers and Associates, Inc. / Cumberland County PIT Count Planning Slides
2020 Resources for Unsheltered Count
If you conduct your street-based count overnight on Wednesday, January 22nd, use this form.
If you conduct your street-based count during the day on Thursday, January 23rd, use this form.
If you are conducted a service-based count (a count at a service location), use this form.
Includes a variety of resources for County PIT Coordinators
Guidance for all counties for counting youth during the PIT count
Resource from HUD. You can customize this Volunteer Refresher Handout with PIT count logistics, including where to meet, what to bring, safety tips, etc.
Resource from HUD. You can customize this full page resources handout for volunteers to bring with them during the PIT count.
Resource from HUD. You can customize this post-card size resources handout for volunteers to bring with them during the PIT count.
County unsheltered PIT coordinators can use this Powerpoint to train volunteers in your community who will be participating in the PIT count (you can also add additional county-specific info to the training slides).
Required to be submitted by county PIT coordinators following the PIT Count