Point-In-Time Homeless Count

2020-PIT-Count

Point-in-Time Homeless Count

The Point-in-Time (PIT) Homeless Count is an annual street and shelter count to determine the number of people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County during a given point in time. This count is part of a national effort to identify the extent of homelessness throughout the country. The count includes a brief survey to identify the needs of those experiencing homelessness in the community. MAG coordinates the PIT Count each year for the Maricopa Regional Continuum of Care (CoC). MAG serves as the hub of collaboration between the Continuum of Care and local communities.

 

Regional Homelessness Program Manager
Nicky Stevens
Human Services Planner IV
Katie Gentry

Make it Count

To accomplish community goals and make a difference in the lives of people experiencing homelessness, we need to know who they are, where they are, and understand the factors that led to their homelessness.

Every January, volunteers and outreach teams from local communities collaborate to survey and count the number of homeless persons in their respective locations. With the information provided by the PIT Count, the Maricopa Regional Continuum of Care and local communities can determine how best to address homelessness. The data gathered in the count can also be used to measure progress and advocate for additional resources.

Resources for those experiencing homelessness

 

 

2020 Unsheltered Count Map Unsheltered Homeless Map Maricopa County 2019

Unsheltered Street Count by Municipality 2014-2020 Unsheltered Street Count by Municipality 2014-2020

Reports, and Committees

 

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