The above video provides a brief overview of the Point in Time (PIT) count, and the difference in methodologies for the count between the two Continua of Care – Partners in Care and Bridging the Gap – in Hawaii.
In 2020, the annual PIT count of homeless individuals identified 6,458 people experiencing homelessness statewide. This represents a 18.5% decrease since 2016 – or a decrease of 1,463 people over the past four years.
To view the Point in Time count information and reports for Oahu, please visit the Partners in Care website.
To view the Point in Time count information for the neighbor islands, please visit the Bridging the Gap website.
To view Point in Time count data for other states and CoCs, view the HUD Exchange CoC Homeless Populations and Sub-Populations Reports.
Over the years, the Point in Time count has reflected decreases among a number of key homeless sub-populations, including families with minor children, veterans, and chronically homeless individuals. Dashboards reflecting these trends are provided below.
Persons in Families with Children (2oo5 to 2o2o), Source: Partners in Care and Bridging the Gap.
Veterans Experiencing Homelessness (2005 to 2020), Source: Partners in Care and Bridging the Gap
Chronically Homeless Individuals (2005 to 2020), Source: Partners in Care and Bridging the Gap.