The 2020 Point in Time count is fast approaching. As a reminder, there are many handy tools and resources to help you organize and execute your count.
- Point-in-Time (PIT) Count Standards and Methodologies Training , from HUD, is a good refresher or 101 training for anyone new or returning to your PIT count this year.
- PIT Count Volunteer Training Toolkit , new from HUD, is a collection of resources to support CoCs in training and providing supplemental resources to volunteers to conduct PIT counts.
- Point-in-Time Count Implementation Tools , from HUD, includes worksheets and tools to help implement your 2020 count.
- Guidance for Domestic Violence Partners and CoCs on Participating in the PIT Count , from HUD, includes Partnering with CoCs on the PIT Count: What Domestic Violence Providers Need to Know , Engaging with Domestic Violence Survivors: What CoCs Need to Know , and Point-in-Time Count Fact Sheet on Identifying Survivors of Domestic Violence .
- Conducting a Youth Count: A Toolkit , from Chapin Hall, includes worksheets, agendas, training materials, and other resources needed to complete a robust Youth Count.
- Promising Practices for Counting Youth Experiencing Homelessness in the Point-in-Time Counts , from HUD, highlights several strategies and efforts communities have implemented to better count youth experiencing homelessness.
- Housing and School Partnership on the Point-In-Time Count , from NCHE, provides schools with information about the PIT count, and suggests strategies for how schools can help ensure the most comprehensive and effective count of youth experiencing homelessness.