Point In Time Count

Wednesday, January 23rd from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM

The Point In Time Count (PIT) Count is a federally mandated count and survey to determine the prevalence and characteristics of persons experiencing homelessness in both Escambia and Santa Rosa County. PIT helps us to better understand who is facing homelessness on a given night so that we can advocate for additional resources to provide services for the homeless population with the goal of ultimately ending homelessness in our community. Opening Doors NWFL is preparing for the 2019 Point In Time (PIT) Count. Approximately 100 volunteers are needed to survey persons experiencing homelessness either on the streets or in sheltered facilities. Where: Volunteers will have the option of assisting in either Escambia or Santa Rosa County on the day of the PIT Count. Volunteers will assemble at designated sites assigned by the PIT Volunteer Coordinator. Each site requires approximately 1 to 2 hours of volunteer time. Who: Community members, homeless and human service providers, and law enforcement may participate as surveyors and team leaders. Minimum age is 18 years old. How to Register: email: [email protected] for a registration form. Contact: For more information, contact Mya Anderson, 2019 Point in Time Count Coordinator (850) 439-3009 x 101. Email: [email protected]
Multiple Sites in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties 3700 North Pace Boulevard Pensacola FL, 32505