Point In Time Census
CoCs are tasked by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to track data on the homeless community in their area. These Annual Point in Time counts provide an overview of the state of homelessness in a CoC, and offer the information necessary to redirect services, funding, and resources as necessary.
ARCH completes its Annual Point in Time count of people experiencing homelessness during the last week of January, in conjunction with its annual Homeless Connect resource fair.
A survey of vulnerability is also performed during this count to rate those at most risk of losing their life on the streets. This Vulnerability Index (VI) helps to identify those who are in the most urgent need of housing and medical services.
The information that is collected locally is compiled with other national PIT counts and is reported to Congress.
Acadiana Point in Time Data:
Click here for 2015
Click here for 2014
Click here for 2013
Click here for 2012
Click here for 2011
Click here for 2010
Click here for 2009
Click here for 2008
Click here for 2007
Click here for 2006
Click here for 2005
Lousiana Point in Time Data:
Click here to read the full report on the 2015 Point in Time census in Louisiana
Click here to read the full report on the 2014 Point in Time census in Louisiana
Click here to read the full report on the 2013 Point in Time census in Louisiana