The Point-In-Time (PIT) Count is conducted to identify the number of homeless individuals and families in the county. It also serves to measure the needs of the homeless as well as provide direction for future development of housing and services.
If you are interested in volunteering, please call 561-355-4779.
Below is the link to register to volunteer for the 2015 Point-In-Time Count. The PIT will take place from noon on January 29,2015 - noon on January 30, 2015. You can register to volunteer for a fixed site or to participate on one of the Outreach Teams. There will be twenty outreach teams this year. The PIT Training registration dates will be announced soon. Please register as soon as possible.
Below is a link to "fixed site" locations where homeless individuals and families can go during the Point in Time Count to get counted!
Use #countusinpbc to post on social media about the PIT Count!
2014 HUD NOFA Tier I & Tier II Rankings have been RELEASED!
The HHA Membership Registration will allow you to sign up to receive e-mails and information from the network. It will also allow you to register on an Homeless and Housing Alliance Sub-Committee. After you have registered once you will be given access to the Community Services Portal and the HHA main application where you will maintain your registration, have access to reports and be able to RSVP for Events. Register today!
The National Association of Counties ( NACo) is pleased to grant Palm Beach County a 2014 Achievement Award for its program titled "homeless Data Tracking" in the category of Human Services. Congratulations to everyone involved, who were able to develop this innovative program! Your hard work will yield positive results for Palm Beach County.
One Year Status Report: Senator Philip D. Lewis Center (Homeless Resource Center, HRC)
Click here for a copy of report.
The Homeless and Housing Alliance (HHA) of Palm Beach County (formerly the Continuum of Care) is intended to deliver a comprehensive and coordinated continuum of services for homeless individuals and families. The system’s fundamental components include homeless prevention, outreach and assessment, emergency shelter, transitional housing, supportive services, permanent housing, and permanent supportive housing. The HHA includes community-based membership with representatives from government, business, formerly homeless individuals, law enforcement, banking, housing service providers, faith groups, education, veterans, health care, and concerned individuals. Palm Beach County Division of Human Services (the Division) continues its role as the lead entity for the HHA which began in January 2006.
Click for copy of by-laws.
Next HHA Meeting:
Homeless and Housing Alliance
October 23, 2014 - 2:00 p.m.
Homeless and Housing Alliance (HHA) Attendance reports