As You Ready Your Count, Don’t Forget These PIT Count Resources
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.