Point in Time Count

2023 Point In Time Count Results

Recording: 2023 Point In Time Count Results – Central Oregon

Slides from Presentation: Official 2023 PIT presentation

2023 Training for Point in Time Count

Shelter Provider Training Tuesday January 10th – 10:30AM
Watch the Recording Here

Slides – Shelter PIT Training_

Street Outreach, non-shelter service providers, Jails, hospitals, School District and non HMIS participating shelters can all attend this session. Thursday, January 12th -10AM
Watch the Recording Here

Slides – Outreach, non shelter service providers, and non hmis participating shelters

2023 Point in Time Count Resources

Confidentiality Form for all providers assisting with surveys – https://form.jotform.com/223395337219056

2023 Supplemental PIT shelter questions

2023 Point in Time Count Cheat Sheet

2023 Counting US Step by Step set up

2022 Point in Time Count Results

2022 Point in Time Count

You can view the live 2022 Point in Time Count Presentation here on our website. It was first presented at our May 6,  2022 General Membership Meeting. Click here to view a PDF of the 2022 PIT presentation.

Click here to read our Media Release


  • 2022 Point in Time Count shows a 17% increase in homelessness over last year
  • 1,012 people experienced literal homelessness in Central Oregon on January 24th, 2022 
  • 79%  of people counted were unsheltered
  • 65% of those counted have lived in Central Oregon for more than 3 years 
  • 60% of those counted have been homeless for more than 12 months
  • The total number of youth experiencing homelessness continues to climb  
  • Central Oregon continues to see that people of color experience homelessness at a greater rate than their white peers**

Comparison 2015-2021

This summary includes ONLY survey respondents that met the HUD definition of literally homeless – sheltered and unsheltered. 

  • in 2021, 1,099 people experienced homelessness in Central Oregon on January 20, 2021, an increase of 13.42% over 2020.
  • **To review historic PIT data through a racial equity lens, visit this site and filter to OR-503 .
POPULATION 2015  2017  2018  2019  2020  2021     % CHANGE
TOTAL (Adults + Children)594778787880969109913.42
All Households40951057 261658683642.66
Individuals in Families (1AD +1CH)211284199243360165-54.17
Adults (18+ years old)46561566377360498963.74
All Children (<18 years old)129163124147203110-45.81
Unaccompanied Children (<18)1271520618200.00
All Youth (18-24 years old)5578947671175146.48
Unaccompanied Youth (18-24)4361835248154220.83
Chronically Homeless Veterans30492222278-70.37
Chronically Homeless Individuals16118713916028674-74.13


  • Sheltered: Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, Hotel/Motel Paid for by an agency
  • Unsheltered:  Living in a place not meant for human habitation (i.e. car, outside, on street or public lands, in abandoned building, etc.)
  • Household: a group of respondents who self report as a household (could be partners or parents and children)

2021 Point In Time (PIT) Count

The Homeless Leadership Coalition (HLC) released the results of its 2021 Point In-Time Count, which provides a snap shot of homelessness in Central Oregon the night of January 20, 2021. This survey queries people experiencing homelessness, in transitional housing or at-risk of becoming homeless in Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. It is a part of a state and national effort to understand the scope of the crisis, the reasons for homelessness and the barriers people experiencing homelessness face in finding appropriate and adequate housing.

View 2021 takeaways here: Point in Time Count 2021

For additional information, please contact info@cohomeless.org.

About Point in Time Count Methodology:

  • All data is self-reported.
  • Conducted for a single night of January ; surveys in 2021 and 2022 providers were able to ask for a window of time to record information about the single night
  • Service providers and volunteers surveyed people accessing services via shelters, transitional housing, at meal sites and food banks, drop-in centers, health clinics, hotels/motels, and while conducting street outreach
    • Remote schooling limited our usual success with counting the youth population
  • Counts occurred in La Pine, Sunriver, Bend, Sisters, Redmond, Prineville, Madras and Warm Springs
  • Some years, in addition to the HUD required survey questions, Central Oregon may ask additional questions about causes of homelessness, where people were last stably housed, ability to access healthcare, and more.

2022 Point In Time (PIT) Count Materials

About The annual PIT Count 2022

2022 PIT Info Session Training PowerPoint Presentation
2022 PIT Step by Step
2022 Point in Time Count Cheat Sheet

Confidentiality form for PIT volunteers   (please complete and return this form to the HLC via email at info@cohomeless.org )