If you are experiencing homelessness, please call the Homeless Helpline at 954-563-4357, or meet with the Taskforce Homeless Outreach team at the locations listed below.
|Day ||Arrival Time|| Location|
|Monday ||10:00am || Mission United (Veterans ONLY), 320 S.E. 9st Ft. Lauderdale 33316|
|||11:00am || North Fork Park, 200 NW 18th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale 33311|
|Tuesday||11:00am || Jubilee Kitchen, 2020 Scott Street, Hollywood 33020|
| ||11:00am || LifeNet4Families, 1 NW 33rd Terrace, Lauderhill 33311|
|Wednesday|| 2:00pm || Mt. Olivet Church, 649 NW 15th Way, Ft. Lauderdale 33311|
|Thursday ||11:00am || Hope South Florida, 1100 N. Andrews Ave, Ft. Lauderdale 33311|
|||12:00pm ||Operation Sacred Trust (Veterans ONLY), 201 SE 2nd St, |
Ft. Lauderdale 33301
|Friday ||11:00am || LifeNet4Families, 1 NW 33rd Terrace, Lauderhill 33311|
|||12:00pm || Mission United (Veterans ONLY), 320 S.E. 9st Ft. Lauderdale 33316|
|Saturday ||11:00am || North Fork Park, 200 NW 18th Ave, Fort Lauderdale 33311|
|Sunday||1:30pm || 5th Ave Temple Church of God, 211 NW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale 33311|
About Homeless Initiative Partnership
Broward County's Homeless Initiative Partnership Section (HIP) is the designated Collaborative Applicant and the Advisory Board Coordinator for the Broward County Homeless Continuum of Care (HCoC) Board. Broward County also is the designated Lead Agency for the HCoC's Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). HIP provides support to the Local Homeless Providers and Stakeholders Council ( LHPSC). The LHPSC meets monthly to discuss strategies and points of advocacy to end homelessness in Broward County.
The Homeless Initiative Partnership (HIP) is a section of the Community Partnerships Division. HIP is committed to ending homelessness in Broward County. We believe every Broward County resident deserves a place to call home, and we are doing our part to make this a reality. Through collaboration with a network of community-based organizations, advocates, residents, and local businesses, HIP is addressing homelessness at its root causes and forging a new path for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. We invite you to learn more about HIP's positive impact and consider joining us in our efforts to make homelessness in Broward County a thing of the past.
The Broward County Homeless Continuum of Care has two interactive dashboards that provide real-time data about the state of homelessness in Broward County and the work the HCoC is doing to bring homelessness to an end through its various programs and supportive services. Using aggregated data pulled directly from
Broward County's Homeless Information Management Systems (HMIS), these dashboards are easy to navigate and provide a clear, simplistic visualization of HCoC data
that is easily digestible for stakeholders and the public at large. Available data points include the total number of client served in a given time period, demographic information of clients served including gender, age, and ethnic data, and data quality indicators. Use the buttons below to access the Community Analysis Dashboard and the Community Snapshot Dashboard.
Point-In-Time Homeless Count
The Point-In-Time Homeless Count (PIT Count) is an annual census of all sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals in Broward County. The PIT Count is required by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and determines federal funding for homeless services and programs. You can view the County's most recent PIT Count data on the PIT web page.
The 2022 Point-In-Time Homeless Count took place from January 23 - January 29, 2022. During this time, the Taskforce Homeless Outreach team and teams of trained surveyors scoured the streets of Broward County, engaging with persons experiencing homelessness and gathering critical data that helps planners understand the needs of the homeless community and devise targeted strategies for combating homelessness. You can track the progress of the 2022 PIT Count in real time by clicking the button below to visit the PIT Dashboard!