Hawaii’s Point in Time Count

Ku'uwehi Hiraishi

Hundreds of volunteers have been canvasing streets statewide this week surveying Hawai’i’s homeless population. The annual Point-In-Time Count is part of a nationwide effort to document the number of homeless people. HPR Reporter Ku’uwehi Hiraishi joined the count and has this story.

Honolulu's 2018 Point In Time Count

Jan 23, 2018
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The Point-In-Time Count survey of Oahu’s homeless population is happening this week. The count is the basis for all homeless policy for the year.

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2018 Homeless Survey; Education Philosophy; Hotel Disaster Preparedness; Freddie Miranda Jr.

Courtesy of the Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum

After Action Review of 2017 Point in Time Count; USS Bowfin; Citizen Engagement in 2017

Hawaii's Homeless Count Underway

Jan 26, 2017
Molly Solomon
Molly Solomon

Hundreds of volunteers have been canvassing the streets across the state. They’re counting homeless individuals and families for the annual Point-In-Time Count. The number plays a role in everything from securing federal funds to helping local agencies get a snapshot of the state of homelessness. HPR’s Molly Solomon was there as the count began and has this report.

The Conversation: Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Jun 30, 2016
Edmund Garman

Dignity on Wheels Program; KDEN’s Music Man; 2016 Point in Time Count; Maui Fishpond Community Work Day

Dignity on Wheels Program (aka LIFT): Eliot Bu