• Veteran homelessness decreased by 11% in the last two years

    Recently released updates by the Department of Housing and Urban Development shares insights into Veteran homelessness and reasons to be optimistic.

  • 2021 PIT Count data, updates on Veteran homelessness

    Results of 2021 PIT Count, the annual effort to estimate the number of Americans, including Veterans, without permanent housing.

  • This January, VA staff are volunteering to make (P)IT Count

    This month, VA staff across America will volunteer in the PIT Count to help end homelessness.

  • VA senior leaders participate in the 2020 PIT Count in communities nationwide

    VA uses the results of the PIT Count with other data to make strategic decisions about programs for Veterans who lack stable housing.

  • VA participates in homeless census in Tulsa

    The PIT homeless count survey is mandated annually by HUD and ultimately impacts the amount of federal funding cities will receive to combat homelessness.

  • 2018 Department of Housing and Urban Development report reveals decline in homelessness among Veterans

    The most recent PIT Count shows that an estimated 37,881 Veterans were homeless on a single night in January 2018 — 5.4 percent fewer than in 2017 and nearly half the number reported in 2010, when the VA launched its strategic plan.

  • Phoenix VA participates in national homeless point-in-time count

    The point-in-time count is the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s annual effort to estimate the number of Americans, including Veterans, who are without safe, stable housing.

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