Sheltered & unsheltered persons & families?  

Point-in-Time Count


Supervisor Joe Baca Jr.

Encourages Volunteers


San Bernardino County Fifth District Supervisor Joe Baca Jr. is encouraging members of our community to volunteer at the 2022 Point-in-Time Count (PITC) that will take place Thursday February 24th beginning at 6:00 A.M. ending by 10:00 A.M.  

The County of San Bernardino 2022 Point in Time Count of sheltered and unsheltered persons and families is a one-day street-based and service-based count and subpopulation survey of individuals to identify how many people in San Bernardino County are homeless and knowledge on their subpopulation characteristics on a given day.

“We must all come together and fight the problem of homelessness in our community head-on. This is the first time since the pandemic occurred that this event has resumed, and the accuracy of the Point-in-Time count is crucial for district funding. Results of the Homeless Count and Subpopulation Survey will provide the County and local cities with benchmark numbers that will serve as the basis for developing local community and countywide strategies to help people exit life on the streets and by which the success of our efforts to provide effective programs serving homeless individuals and families can be measured. I will see you all bright and early on February 24th to take my part in the count!”, Supervisor Joe Baca, Jr.

Sign up for the 2022 (PITC) at: