Households may be a single individual, a couple, or a family comprised of adults and children. Family sizes have ranged from 2-9 people.
On average, 72% of the households are single individuals.
In 2022, we are making progress 165 households have found housing using these two specific types of vouchers administered by the Columbia Housing Authority. These numbers do not include Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8). The data shows an increase of 58 households being housed over last year.
last updated 11.10.22
The Point in Time (PIT) Count is a literal count of all the people who experience homelessness in our community on a single night (i.e. at a point in time). This count is conducted in every community nationwide in the last 10 days of January at least every other year. This provides communities, the federal government, and agencies with a “snapshot” of the situation of the most dire homeless in the community.