2022 Point in Time Count: Annual Count of Unhoused Neighbors


The count will take place on Wednesday, January 26. A Foundry team will meet at the the church at 8:30 p.m. and work in the Dupont neighborhood and near the church building.

Volunteer Registration Process:

The volunteer registration process for PIT is now open. Please use the registration tool to sign up for your neighborhood. To join the Foundry team, sign-up for any zone in the Dupont Neighborhood.

The main things to note:

  • What neighborhood you should sign up for to be with Foundry (Dupont)
  • Each person will sign up for a specific zone, but we can definitely be flexible on the night of if needed.
  • Everyone needs to sign up using this registration process. The sign-up link includes the volunteer waiver so we need everyone who will be participating in the PIT Count to sign up.
  • Once you sign-up the team leader will send you information so you can log-in to the neighborhood page

  • Registration Tool Link
  • Registration FAQs

About This Year's Count

The 2022 PIT Count will look similar to last year. We are committed to the health and safety of everyone participating in the count. This year, we are therefore not hosting a kick off event the night of the Count and are requiring that all individuals participating in the count show proof of vaccination. TCP will again be hosting virtual trainings and providing PPE so everyone can safely complete the count.

Who: Outreach teams, community service providers, TCP employees, DHS employees, and community volunteers. All individuals participating in the count must show proof of vaccination.

What: Annual Point-in-Time Count. Check out TCP’s and HUD’s websites for more information.

Where: The entire District will be covered for the count, neighborhood team leaders will determine a location to meet with their team while maintaining social distance at the start of the count.

When: Wednesday, January 26, 2022 (if there is inclement weather, we will conduct the count Thursday, January 27, 2022). 9 p.m.-2 a.m.

Why: Secures federal funding and allows the District to have a better understanding of homelessness so resources are used more efficiently and Homeward DC goals are met.

Need more info? Check out the PIT Count Overview


Dupont Circle, Washington D.C.

Date & Time

Wednesday | January 26, 2022
8:30 p.m.


Rev. Ben Roberts


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