Point In Time Count (PIT)

What is the Point in Time (PIT) Count? 

The Point-in-Time Count is a one-day unduplicated count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals and families across the United States. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires that each Continuum of Care (CoC) conduct a count in the last 10 days of January every year. Join us to make a difference in the lives of men, women, and children experiencing homelessness throughout Onondaga, Oswego and Cayuga Counties by taking part in the nation’s largest homeless census. To volunteer for the next PIT count, please contact Megan Stuart at mstuart@unitedway-cny.org or 315-428-2224.


2020 PIT Reports:
2020 PIT Total Counts
2020 PIT Subpopulations
2020 PIT Veteran Population
2020 PIT Youth Populations
2020 PIT Methodology Summary

2019 PIT Reports:
2019 PIT Total Counts
2019 PIT Subpopulations
2019 PIT Veteran Population
2019 PIT Youth Populations
2019 PIT Methodology Summary

2018 PIT Reports:
2018 PIT Report
Onondaga County PIT 2018
Oswego County PIT 2018
Cayuga County PIT 2018
2018 PIT Methodology

2012-2017 PIT reports:
2017 PIT Report
PIT Methodology 2017
2016 PIT Report
2015 PIT Report
2014 PIT Report
2013 PIT Report
2012 PIT Report

HUD 2018 Point in Time Count Presentation
2018 Point in Time Count Presentation