Balance of State Point-in-Time Count

The Missouri Balance of State (BoS) CoC conducts a Point-in-Time Count throughout its 101 county geographic area each year as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The count helps Missourians monitor trends in the homeless population and increases public awareness of homelessness. 

 

The next count will occur on the night of January 29, 2020. Please check below for Point-in-Time Count information and materials.

Sheltered Count

The Institute for Community Alliance's (ICA) coordinates the count of persons staying in temporary shelters dedicated for persons experiencing homelessness.  Information and resources for the sheltered count can be found on the ICA website.

Unsheltered Count

The Collaborative Applicant for the Mo BoS CoC coordinates the count of persons living in unsheltered situations including the street, cars, parks or other places not meant for human habitation.  To get involved with the upcoming unsheltered count, complete our online form or email moboscoc@outlook.com.​

Please share our Point-in-Time Count flyer (MS Word version) in your community. You may add contact information for your local count leader at the bottom of the flyer.

2020 Point in time Count Leaders (Updated 12/13/19)

Unsheltered Count Materials

Documents

  • Online Survey (coming soon)

  • Offline Surveys (coming soon)

  • Survey Guide (coming soon)

  • Methodology

Training

Please register for BoS 2020 Unsheltered PIT Training (AM) on Jan 15, 2020 10:00 AM CST at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2773740585430590733

 

Please register for BoS 2020 Unsheltered PIT Training (PM) on Jan 15, 2020 2:00 PM CST at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4730360009965105677

  • County Lead Training (coming soon)​

    • Webinar

    • Powerpoint

  • Survey Volunteer Training (coming soon)​

    • Webinar​

    • Powerpoint

Resources

 
 

Point-in-Time Count Reports

The BoS CoC releases a report of the sheltered and unsheltered count data each year. In 2014, the Governor's Committee To End Homelessness voted to hold one Point-In-Time Count per year instead of two. Since 2014, the count has been conducted during the last week in January.

2019

  2019 Point-in-Time Count Regional Data