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SEMINOLE COUNTY: PIT 2018

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POINT IN TIME COUNT 2018: Seminole County
On January 24th, 2018, with the help of 200+ volunteers and partner agencies, the Homeless Services Network of Central Florida conducted a survey to better understand homelessness in Central Florida. In the 2018 Point in Time Count, we identified 288 homeless individuals in  Seminole County.
Veterans
Children
Families
11%
27%
11%
Male
Female
PIT 2018 Breakdown by ES, TH Unsheltered
Emergency Shelter = 169 Individuals Transitional Housing = 50 Individuals Unsheltered =  
69 Individuals
Demographics
31%
69%
Seminole: 288
Some factors may skew the number of individuals reported in the Point in Time Count.  A primary factor is weather on the night of the count. When there is substantial rain, as there was in 2016, there is a chance that street count (unsheltered persons) numbers are artificially lowered. Beyond weather, changes from one year to another and multi-year trends are shaped by both community efforts and changes in the local economy and housing costs.
The Big Picture: Year by Year (2014-2018 Counts)
Report prepared by: Homeless Services Network of Central Florida | HMIS Department