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Point in Time

Point in Time

Our January 2018 Point in Time took place on January 24.  Watch for information about the July 2018 Point in Time. 

Help us make sure no one is living on the streets in Racine County. Help us locate those who may be and provide them with shelter and information about services available to them in the community, as well as moving toward housing stability. We need YOU to make a difference in our community. 

To volunteer, fill out the form below or visit

Point in Time (PIT) is an unduplicated count of people experiencing homelessness during a designated one-night period. By volunteering for the Point in Time count, you will help Racine County create a "snapshot" of what homelessness looks like in our community. 
On the night of the Point in Time count, volunteers throughout the state of Wisconsin will be conducting street outreach to identify unsheltered homeless persons and offer them services such as shelter, food, and personal care items. By conducting this count, we learn what the unmet needs in our community are, raise public awareness, and measure performance of our homeless service providers. 

Twice a year, in July and January, volunteers meet at a specified location and are put into groups. Each group will have at least one individual who has experience with Point in Time. All volunteers will receive a short safety training before heading out to their designated areas. PIT is coordinated by the Homeless Assistance Coalition of Racine County.

Point in Time Volunteer Sign-Up