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POINT IN TIME COUNT 2018: FL-507
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 2,053 homeless individuals in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole County.
Veterans
Children
Families
9%
23%
14%
Male
Female
Demographics
36%
64%
Unaccompanied 
Youth
9%
PIT 2018: Housing Type & County Percentages
The 2018 PIT Count recorded a population of 2,053 individuals across the three counties combined.
Orange County Breakdown by ES, TH, Unsheltered
Orange County = 1,539 Individuals Osceola County = 226 Individuals Seminole County = 288 Individuals
Emergency Shelter =  
868 Individuals Transitional Housing = 418 Individuals Unsheltered = 253 Individuals
Emergency Shelter = 146 Individuals Transitional Housing = 42 Individuals Unsheltered = 38 Individuals
Emergency Shelter = 169 Individuals Transitional Housing = 50 Individuals Unsheltered = 69 Individuals
Osceola County PIT breakdown by ES, TH, Unsheltered
Seminole County Breakdown by ES, TH, Unsheltered
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
-1%
Decrease from 2016