Data

2022 Point in Time Count

Every two years, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires communities to conduct a Point-in-Time (PIT) Count of individuals, youth, and families experiencing homelessness and provide specific data about their demographics and characteristics. On Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022 Alameda County conducted this count, which includes those who are forced to sleep outdoors, in vehicles, tents or makeshift structures as well as a count of people residing in shelters, transitional housing and safe parking programs. In the weeks following the count, a random, sample survey is also conducted with those experiencing sheltered and unsheltered homelessness to learn more about the demographics, experiences, and needs.


Information regarding the 2022 Point in Time Count can be found using the following links:

Project Roomkey: Operation Safer Ground Data

Operation Safer Ground: Overview of Clients Served and Exits

As of 9/30/22
Circle graph that shows all clients served and exits from hotels and trailersand

*Additional exit destinations include: shelter/ temporary housing, medical/ treatment facilities, and other destinations

Safer Ground: Details of Clients Served and Exits

As of 9/30/22

A table showing clients served and exits


Safer Ground: Ages of Clients Served and Exited​

As of 9/30/22
2 pie charts; left one showing clients served, right one showing clients exits




Safer Ground: Clients Served and Exits by Home City​

As of 9/30/22
table showing Clients Served and Exits by Home City


Safer Ground: Demographics - Race​

As of 9/30/22

bar graph showing Safer Ground: Demographics - Race​


Safer Ground: Demographics - Ethnicity​

As of 9/30/22

Bar graph showing Safer Ground: Demographics - Ethnicity​


Safer Ground: Demographics – Combined Race and Ethnicity*​

As of 9/30/22
bar graph showing demographics combined race an ethnicity



Operation Safer Ground: Monthly Exits to Housing

As of 9/30/22

bar graph showing monthly exit to housing


Links to Additional Data

Past Homelessness Data from Alameda County