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2019 POINT IN TIME COUNT
SUMMARY REPORT
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CONTENTS
What is the Point in Time Count? .................................................................................................................................3
Key Findings ..................................................................................................................................................................4
Point in Time Count: Snap Shot ....................................................................................................................................6
Unsheltered & Sheltered Count Overview ...................................................................................................................7
2019 PIT Count by City Council District ........................................................................................................................8
Gender ...........................................................................................................................................................................9
Ethnicity.......................................................................................................................................................................10
Race .............................................................................................................................................................................11
Age ...............................................................................................................................................................................12
Special Populations .....................................................................................................................................................13
Mental Heath ..............................................................................................................................................................14
Substance Use .............................................................................................................................................................15
Domestic Violence ......................................................................................................................................................16
Aging Adults ................................................................................................................................................................17
Youth & Young Adults .................................................................................................................................................18
Length of Time Homeless............................................................................................................................................19
Street Medicine Data ..................................................................................................................................................20
Methodology Notes ....................................................................................................................................................21
Key Terms ....................................................................................................................................................................24
Appendix A ..................................................................................................................................................................26
Appendix B ..................................................................................................................................................................28
Official HDX Report Submissions ................................................................................................................................30
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      WHAT IS THE POINT IN TIME COUNT?
Every year, during the last 10
days of January, more than 400
Continuums of Care (CoC),
covering over 3,000 cities and
counties across the country
organize tens of thousands of
volunteers in a national effort to
measure the scale of
homelessness in the United
States. This nationwide effort is
called “the Point in Time (PIT)
Count”.

The PIT Count reveals the number
of homeless persons in our
shelters and on our streets at a single point-in-time. These one-night snapshot
counts also provide local planners with data they need to understand the number
and characteristics of persons who are homeless so they, in turn, can develop a
thoughtful response.

The data collected during these annual counts allows communities to find out not
just how many people are homeless, but who is homeless and more importantly,
why they are homeless. Being able to answer these important questions is critical
in our mission to end homelessness.

The following report is an overview of what we’ve learned from the most recent
Point in Time Count that took place on January 24th, 2019.
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                                  KEY FINDINGS
The 2019 PIT Count revealed a significant reduction in unsheltered homelessness. There was a
6% reduction in overall homelessness, and a 12% reduction in unsheltered homelessness. As a
community, San Antonio/Bexar County housed 759 people experiencing homelessness in the
2018 PIT Count prior to the 2019 PIT Count. Although the population experiencing
homelessness constantly fluctuates, there was an overall reduction in homelessness due to
increased outreach coordination efforts with a focus on serving chronically homeless individuals
as well as the City of San Antonio’s Department of Human Services (COSA DHS) initiative to
reach people living in encampments. The Courtyard at Haven for Hope, an outdoor sleeping
facility included in the unsheltered count, saw a significant reduction due to a collaboration of
housing partners concentrating on this population along with a new Direct Referral Program at
Haven for Hope coming online to move individuals into shelter from The Courtyard.

28% reduction in the number experiencing Chronic Homelessness. Chronically Homeless
individuals and families are defined as having a long-term disabling condition and have
experienced at least one year of homelessness. The reduction in this population is tied to a
coordinated effort among housing providers in the Continuum of Care (CoC) to work with this
vulnerable population and the creation of additional units of Permanent Supportive Housing
programs targeting chronic homelessness. There are currently 19 Permanent Supportive
Housing programs in San Antonio/Bexar County including San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries
(SAMM), The Salvation Army (TSA), The Center for Healthcare Services (CHCS), American GI
Forum-National Veterans Outreach Program (AGIF NVOP), Endeavors, San Antonio AIDS
Foundation (SAAF), and Haven for Hope (H4H) with an average inventory utilization of 93% and
an average housing sustainment rate of 98%. This limited resource is critical to continue a
positive trend for the chronically homeless population. Our CoC and Chronic Homelessness
Workgroup lead by COSA DHS are excited to initiate a “move-on” pilot with the San Antonio
Housing Authority (SAHA) this year to help create additional resources.
6% reduction in the number of Veterans experiencing homelessness. San Antonio/Bexar
County achieved the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) federal
benchmarks to effectively end veteran homelessness in May of 2016. The initiative was jump
started by COSA DHS, SARAH, and a $2.1 Million gift from USAA to house every homeless
veteran seeking housing in our community. These benchmarks are monitored by our veteran
service providers including COSA DHS, SARAH, AGIF NVOP, Endeavors, Veterans Affairs, Haven
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for Hope, and other partners on a monthly basis to ensure every veteran is housed within 90
days and that there is available housing capacity for every newly homeless veteran. Increased
coordination and navigation has facilitated the move of even more veterans experiencing
homelessness into housing.
18% increase in the number of Families experiencing homelessness. This finding is consistent
with ongoing trends and reports from homeless service providers. SARAH established a Family
Homelessness Workgroup this year to increase coordination efforts for families experiencing
homelessness in San Antonio/Bexar County. Rent affordability is an issue impacting our
families. Homelessness Prevention and Diversion funding should be expanded to help mitigate
this growing issue. SARAH is creating a Prevention/Diversion position in 2019 to work in these
critical areas.
Improved and expanded health and housing
data. National research has shown that
individuals experiencing homelessness have
greater morbidity and mortality rates than the
general population and experience more co-
morbidities than their housed counterparts.
When compared to non-homeless populations,
individuals experiencing homelessness face a
multitude of complex health and social issues
that are often integrated with past, present, and
daily trauma that impact these individuals’
prioritization and decision-making efforts. Based on data from County Health Rankings, Bexar
County is doing better at addressing mental health compared to other Texas Counties.
However, lack of health insurance and/or access to mental health care providers that
specifically serve special populations, such as those experiencing homelessness, continues to be
a challenge.

   •   Of those who are experiencing homelessness and reported having a serious mental
       illness, 46% were unsheltered individuals.
   •   Furthermore, data collected by the UIW medical students who participated in the PIT
       Count for the first time this year found that approximately 68% of unsheltered
       individuals reported having no health insurance coverage, and
   •   60% of unsheltered individuals reported having no easy access to transportation for
       their medical appointments.
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            POINT IN TIME COUNT: SNAP SHOT
 SAN ANTONIO / BEXAR COUNTY                                                JANUARY 24 TH , 2019

                                     Total Count
                                                  2018                             2019
  Sheltered Count                                 1,713                             1,685                -2%
                                              (56% of total count)             (59% of total count)

                 Haven for Hope Count               858                              853
                                            (50% of sheltered count)           (30% of total count)

  Unsheltered Count                               1,353                             1,187                -12%
                                              (44% of total count)             (41% of total count)

                      Courtyard Count               648                              565
                                           (48% of unsheltered count)          (20% of total count)

  Total Count:                                    3,066                             2,872                -6%

    10 PM                                                                              Unaccompanied
                       Veterans          Chronic Homeless                Families
Downtown Count                                                                              Youth
 2018    2019        2018         2019    2018              2019        2018      2019  2018     2019
 197      141         228          215     479               343         232      274    162      98
     -28%                   -6%                   -28%                    +18%                        -40%

                                                                         District       Number of Persons
                                                                            1                260
                                                                            2                130
                                                                            3                 42
                                                                            4                 38
                                                                            5                 45
                                                                            6                 34
                                                                            7                 13
                                                                            8                 30
                                                                            9                 16
                                                                           10                 14
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UNSHELTERED & SHELTERED COUNT OVERVIEW
On January 24, 2019, more than 400 volunteers counted the number of children,
families, and adults experiencing homelessness throughout San Antonio / Bexar
County. Volunteers counted people in cars, tents, parks, under bridges, and on
the streets using a mobile application called “Counting Us”.

On the same day, people who were sleeping in emergency shelters and
transitional housing programs were counted using the Homeless Management
Information System (HMIS).

The total number of individuals experiencing homelessness that day was 2,872, a
6% decrease from the 2018 PIT Count.

        PERSONS COUNTED EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS
                IN POINT-IN-TIME COUNTS (PIT)
                                    Unsheltered     Sheltered
                    3,670
3,291
        3,222
                            2,980     2,892       2,891                         3,066
                                                                2,781   2,743           2,872
                    2043
1674
        2046                1737                                                1713
                                       1970       1733          1644    1641            1685

1617                1627                                                        1353
        1176                1243                  1158          1137    1102            1187
                                       922

2010    2011        2012    2013      2014        2015          2016    2017    2018    2019
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2019 PIT COUNT BY CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT
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                                           GENDER
                       Emergency Shelter    Transitional Housing         Unsheltered        Total
Female                       618                     154                    277             1,049
Male                         740                     167                    906             1,813
Transgender                   6                       0                      4               10

               Children (under age 18)       Youth (18 to 24)       Adults (over age 24)

                                                                                    0.3%
         30%

                                               69%
                                                     1
         40%
                                                                     2
                                                5                                      3%
                                               57%
         74%

                                               26%              3                                   0%

       F E MA LE                             MA LE                           T RA N SG E N D E R
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                              ETHNICITY

                       Emergency              Transitional      Unsheltered Total
                        Shelter                 Housing
Non-Hispanic /
                           732                    162                  667     1,561
Non-Latino
Hispanic / Latino          632                    159                  520     1,311

                    Non-Hispanic / Non-Latino      Hispanic / Latino

             42%                       45%                               46%

             58%                       55%                               54%

             2017                      2018                             2019
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                                       RACE

                             Emergency           Transitional            Unsheltered Total
                              Shelter              Housing
White                          1,032                  226                       847             2,105
Black or African
                                293                       83                    256              632
American
Asian                            3                        5                       8               16
American Indian or
                                 8                        0                      17               25
Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or
                                 3                        2                       4                9
Other Pacific Islander
Multiple Races                  25                        5                      55               85

                     White    Black or African American        Other*

                                         5%

                                 22%

                                                                        *“Other” Includes: Asian, American
                                                   73%                  Indian or Alaska Native, Native
                                                                        Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, &
                                                                        Multiple Races.
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                                           AGE

                                Emergency          Transitional
                                                                     Unsheltered         Total
                                 Shelter             Housing
Children
                                     383               135                 5             523
(under age 18)
Youth
                                     63                15                  50            128
(18 to 24)
Adults
                                     918               171               1,132           2,221
(over age 24)

                Children (under age 18)    Youth (18 to 24)       Adults (over age 24)

         78%                                76%                                  77%

           5%                                7%                                  5%
         17%                                17%                                  18%

         2017                               2018                                 2019
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                            SPECIAL POPULATIONS

                                       Emergency                 Transitional
                                                                                          Unsheltered        Total
                                        Shelter                    Housing
Chronically Homeless                         183                      N/A                       160           343
Families                                     210                      60                        4             274
Parenting Youth                              13                        2                        0             15
Adult Survivors of
                                             324                      74                        82            480
Domestic Violence
Veterans                                     88                       66                        61            215

                                                   2017     2018      2019
  651

                                                                              489

                                                                                          480
        479
              343

                                       274
                           242
                                 232

                                                                                                      228
                                                                                                            228
                                                                                                                  215
                                                                                    204
                                                           37
                                                      32

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 CHRONICALLY               FAMILIES               PARENTING YOUTH             DOMESTIC                VETERANS
  HOMELESS                                                                     VIOLENCE
                                                                              SURVIVORS

                                                   VETERANS
                                       284
                    263                                   263
                                                                            228             228              215

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 2013               2014           2015                   2016             2017            2018             2019
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                                 MENTAL HEATH

                                     Emergency         Transitional
                                                                          Unsheltered Total
                                      Shelter            Housing
Developmental Disorder                  21                       2              42           65
Serious Mental Illness (SMI)            373                  36                 328         737

              Children (under age 18)         Youth (18 to 24)       Adults (over age 24)

                     78%
                                                                         88%

                     14%
                     8%                                                   7%                3%
     D E VE LO PME N TA L DI SO RDE RS                 SE RI O US ME N TA L I LLN ESS (SMI )

                     1%
  GENDER

                               36%

                                              Female
             63%
                                              Male

                                              Transgender
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                           SUBSTANCE USE

              Emergency Shelter    Transitional Housing    Unsheltered

                                                                  244
                                                                              185

          0           0           15
   1                                         1         9                 33
CHILDREN (UNDER AGE 18)           YOUTH (18 TO 24)             ADULTS (OVER AGE 24)

               GENDER
                                        0%

                                                 24%

                                  76%                      Female

                                                           Male

                                                           Transgender
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                               DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

               Children                 Youth                        Adults
           (under age 18)              (18 to 24)                 (over age 24)
                    63                    27                            318

          SHELTERED VS. UNSHELTERED

                         17%
                                                                        GENDER

                15%                                                           0.49%

                                 68%

Emergency Shelter                                                 30%
Transitional Housing
Unsheltered                                                                           70%

                                                    Female
                                                    Male
                                                    Transgender
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                                  AGING ADULTS
  More adults are aging into poverty and are at greater risk of homelessness now than at any
  other time in recent history. Simultaneously, housing is becoming more unaffordable and the
  costs of necessities like health care are rising, leaving older adults at risk of poverty and
  homelessness.

  While people experiencing homelessness of all ages suffer from the effects of poor nutrition,
  limited health care access, and high stress levels, experiencing homelessness compounds these
  effects for aging adults.

  Prolonged exposure to stress often leads to “weathering”, meaning that those who are unstably
  housed age 10 to 20 years beyond their chronological age. According to the National Health
  Care for the Homeless Council, visits to the emergency department by older patients without
  stable housing accounted for over 30% of the visits made by all homeless adults.

  Designing policies and programs, like The Hearth Act, with the medical and accessibility needs
  of older Americans in mind is vital to ensuring the elderly can age with dignity.

                                              275
    Adults Over Age 50                                        256             258
         2019 PIT Count
                521

          47%           44%

                                                                                               14
                  9%
                                           CHRONIC        SERIOUS           PHYSICAL        HIV/AIDS
Emergency Shelter                          ILLNESS      MENTAL ISSUES      DISABILITY
Transitional Housing                                       (SMI)
Unsheltered
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                      YOUTH & YOUNG ADULTS
Adolescence and young adulthood are crucial windows of development. One day of housing-
instability and the associated stress represents a missed opportunity to foster healthy
development and transitions to productive adulthood. According to national estimates,
approximately 550,000 unaccompanied youth and young adults up to age 24 experience a
homelessness episode of longer than one week over the course of 12 months, and more than
half are under the age of 18.

Youth experiencing homelessness
have a different subset of needs
compared to the general homeless
population because of their limited
experience using essential
independent living skills, paying for
transportation, gaining employment,
or managing finances. Additionally,
youth experiencing homelessness
are more likely to engage in high-risk
behaviors than youth who are stably
housed. Data shows that youth
experiencing homelessness
experience increased mental health
symptoms, decreased physical
health, decreased level of education,
and increased involvement with the
criminal justice system.

Properly identifying youth and young adults experiencing homelessness has been a consistent
challenge for communities across the country. In San Antonio / Bexar County, this is particularly
true. Much like the national estimates, these numbers are imprecise, and the single night
number is likely an undercount. Continuing to work to improve the way San Antonio / Bexar
County collects youth and young adult PIT data is critical in order to more accurately reflect the
numbers of unaccompanied young people experiencing homelessness
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                     LENGTH OF TIME HOMELESS

Children (under age 18)                                Children (under age 18)
Youth (18 to 24)                                       Youth (18 to 24)
Adults (over age 24)                                   Adults (over age 24)
                                                                                     317
                               615

              294
                                                                     78
                      67                                                     17
       6 MONTHS (0 - 180 DAYS)                          6 TO 12 MONTHS (181 - 365 DAYS)

 Children (under age 18)
                                                        Children (under age 18)
 Youth (18 to 24)
                                                        Youth (18 to 24)
 Adults (over age 24)          274
                                                        Adults (over age 24)         337

                45
                          10
                                                                       3         2
  13 TO 24 MONTHS (366 - 730 DAYS)
                                                                           > 2 YEARS

   6 MONTHS                          6 TO 12 MONTHS                           13 TO 24 MONTHS
        3%                                  3%                                             2%

  28%         31%                     23%        32%                                 21%         34%

        38%                            42%                                                 43%

    > 2 YEARS
                     0%

    26%       29%

          45%
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                              STREET MEDICINE DATA
Volunteers & community partnership are instrumental in San Antonio / Bexar County’s ability to
carry out a successful count each year. Each year we try to find new, innovative ways to
collaborate with different service organizations and systems of care to help improve
connections between those that are the most vulnerable that are experiencing homelessness
with the right supports as quickly as possible.

For the 2019 PIT Count we collaborated with the University of the Incarnate Word School of
Osteopathic Medicine (UIWSOM) by matching 35 medical students with 12 teams of volunteers
so that they could provide basic medical care to individuals experiencing unsheltered
homelessness. In addition to providing basic medical care, the medical students collected non-
PHI health data for the individuals they served. This was the first time that our local PIT count
included volunteers providing basic medical care and captured this new data.

                                                                Medication Compliance
     Emergency Room (ER) Visit
            Frequency     0%

                                15%                  Very
                                                                                   34%           35%
                                                     Somewhat
                        56%           29%
< 1 Week Ago                                         Not Very
1 - 2 Weeks Ago                                                                      19%    12%
2 - 6 Months Ago
                                                     Not Applicable / Not Taking
> 6 Months Ago
                                                     Medications

       Health Insurance Coverage                                      Access to Transportation
 Medicaid
                                18%
 Medicare
                                      6%                                                   40%
 Private
                                      2%
 Insurance                                                                 60%
 Other                                6%                        Yes
                        68%
                                                                No
 No Insurance
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                              METHODOLOGY NOTES
PIT counts are a critical source of data on the number and characteristics of people who are homeless in
the United States. These data are used to measure homelessness on a local and national level and are
published annually on HUD’s HUD Exchange website, which can be viewed by Continuum of Care agencies
and the general public. HUD’s PIT count data has become increasingly important as a measure of our local
and national progress related to preventing and ending homelessness, especially with relation to our
progress towards meeting the goals of Opening Doors: Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End
Homelessness. Therefore, it has become necessary to ask for more detailed information and to ensure
that the data submitted to HUD are as complete and accurate as possible. Additionally, collecting valid
and reliable data and making progress on reducing homelessness are scoring factors in HUD’s CoC
Program Competition and can influence CoC Program funding awards. CoCs are required to submit their
PIT count data through the HUD HDX website.

It is important to note that the PIT count only identifies a subset of individuals and families that meet
HUD’s definition of homeless. As such, the PIT count does not capture everybody who is eligible for
homeless assistance through other homeless assistance funding sources.

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act authorized HUD to require CoCs to conduct PIT counts.
Section 427(b)(3) states:

“Homelessness Counts. – The Secretary shall not require that communities conduct an actual count of homeless
people other than those described in paragraphs (1) through (4) of section 103(a) of this Act.”

This statutory language establishes HUD’s authority to require PIT counts but limits the count to persons who are
defined as living on the streets or in shelters (which is what section 103(a) paragraphs 1 through 4 define).

In the CoC Program interim rule HUD further clarified the requirements for conducting PIT counts. In the definition
section HUD defines the PIT count as “count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons carried out on one night
in the last 10 calendar days of January or at such other time as required by HUD” (24 CFR 578.3). HUD outlined CoC
planning requirements in 24 CFR 578.7(c)(2):

“(2) Planning for and conducting, at least biennially, a point-in-time count of homeless persons within the geographic
area that meets the following requirements:

    i.       Homeless persons who are living in a place not designed or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping
             accommodation for humans must be counted as unsheltered homeless persons.
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    ii.       Persons living in emergency shelters and transitional housing projects must be counted as sheltered
              homeless persons.
    iii.      Other requirements established by HUD by Notice.”

PIT COUNT APPROACH
HUD requires CoCs to collect reliable data on the total number and characteristics of all people (i.e.,
sheltered and unsheltered) residing in the CoCs’ geographic area who are homeless on a single night and
report these data to HUD. HUD allows CoCs to use multiple approaches to complete their count, including
a census approach, sample, or a combination of census and sampling approaches.

A census approach was used for the San Antonio / Bexar County PIT Count. This counting approach
provides a direct and complete count of all people and their characteristics, does not require any total
count estimates, and can be used as a benchmark for future PIT counts.

POPULATION DATA
HUD requires CoCs to collect and report information on the demographic characteristics of all people
reported as sheltered or unsheltered by household type and, within each household type, by age category,
gender, race, and ethnicity. CoCs must also report information by household type for veteran and youth
households.

CoCs must provide demographic data for both sheltered and unsheltered persons according to the
following three household types:

    a. Persons in households with at least one adult and one child. This category includes households
       with one adult and at least one child under age 18.
    b. Persons in households without children. This category includes single adults, adult couples with
       no children, and groups of adults (including adult parents with their adult children).
    c. Persons in households with only children. This category includes persons under age 18, including
       children in one-child households, adolescent parents (under age 18) and their children, adolescent
       siblings, or other household configurations composed only of children.

In some instances, a CoC may not have certain demographic data for a homeless person. This may be
because the person refused to provide the information, or it was not possible to collect it during the PIT
count. In these instances, a CoC can estimate the missing demographic information using available data
and a methodology consistent with HUD PIT methodology standards and guidance.

Appendix A illustrates the populations data reporting requirements in a table format for reference.
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DATA COLLECTION METHODLOGY
Three data collection methodologies were used to capture a complete count of all people and their
demographic characteristics.
Appendix B illustrates a complete list of all the organizations and projects and the methodology that was used.

Sheltered Count Methodology
HUD requires that CoCs count all people who are homeless and staying in shelter (emergency shelter,
safe haven, or transitional housing project) on the night of the count.
For projects that participate in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), the census was
conducted using a service-based count and then extracting all the necessary information from the HMIS.
Unsheltered Count Methodology
To capture the necessary information for individuals not staying in a shelter or for organizations and
projects that do not participate in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), the necessary
information was collected by volunteers using the mobile application “Counting Us” developed by
Simtech Solutions. The “Regional Command Center” receives data gathered by volunteers using the
Counting Us app and displays the results as they change throughout the count.

Domestic Violence Organizations
For organizations that are classified as Domestic Violence service providers, or receive VAWA funding,
shelter data was captured through de-identified aggregated reports provided to the CoC by the DV
provider.

DEDUPLICAITON METHODOLOGY
After the count was conducted, data was extracted from the HMIS and the mobile app Regional
Command Center and combined into one excel file. Finding and removing duplicate records that relate
to the same person in the PIT count is an essential component in getting an accurate count of persons
who are homeless within a community. Duplicate counting is especially likely to occur when there are
opportunities to count people at various locations at different times.

Duplicate records were identified based on personal identifying information (PII). Identifying data
elements used:

    1.   First Name                                                     6. Geospatial data
    2.   Last Name                                                      7. Veteran Status
    3.   DOB                                                            8. Additional Identifying Information
    4.   Gender                                                              (i.e. Demographics & Case Notes)

    5.   SSN
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                                           KEY TERMS
NOTE: These definitions do not fully correspond to the program requirements of HUD funding streams
and must only be used for the purposes of the PIT.

Adults – Persons age 18 and older.

Child – Persons under age 18.

Chronically Homeless Person - A person who:
        A. Is homeless and lives in a place not meant for human habitation, a safe haven, or in an emergency
        shelter; and
        B. Has been homeless and living or residing in a place not meant for human habitation, a safe haven, or in
        an emergency shelter continuously for at least 1 year or on at least four separate occasions in the last 3
        years where the combined length of time homeless in those occasions is at least 12 months; and
        C. Has a disability.
Disability – An individual with one or more of the following conditions:
        A. A physical, mental, or emotional impairment, including an impairment caused by alcohol or drug abuse,
        post-traumatic stress disorder, or brain injury that:
        (1) Is expected to be long-continuing or of indefinite duration;
        (2) Substantially impedes the individual's ability to live independently; and
        (3) Could be improved by the provision of more suitable housing conditions.
        B. A developmental disability, as defined in section 102 of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and
        Bill of Rights Act of 2000 (42 U.S.C. 15002); or
        C. The disease of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) or any condition arising from the etiologic
        agency for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV).

Adults with HIV/AIDS – This population category of the PIT includes adults who have been diagnosed
with AIDS and/or have tested positive for HIV.

Adults with a Serious Mental Illness (SMI) – This population category of the PIT includes adults with a
severe and persistent mental illness or emotional impairment that seriously limits a person's ability to
live independently. Adults with SMI must also meet the qualifications identified in the term for
“disability” (e.g., “is expected to be long-continuing or indefinite duration”).

Adults with a Substance Use Disorder–This population category of the PIT includes adults with a
substance use problem (alcohol abuse, drug abuse, or both). Adults with a substance use disorder must
also meet the qualifications identified in the term for “disability” (e.g., “is expected to be long-
continuing or indefinite duration”).
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Survivors of Domestic Violence–This population category of the PIT includes adults who are currently
experiencing homelessness because they are fleeing domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault,
or stalking.

Veteran–This population category of the PIT includes adults who have served on active duty in the
Armed Forces of the United States. This does not include inactive military reserves or the National Guard
unless the person was called up to active duty.

Victim Service Provider – A private nonprofit organization whose primary mission is to provide services
to survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking. This term includes rape
crisis centers, battered women’s shelters, domestic violence transitional housing programs, and other
programs.

Youth – Persons under age 25. HUD collects and reports youth data based on persons under 18 and
persons between ages 18 and 24.

Parenting Youth – A youth who identifies as the parent or legal guardian of one or more children who
are present with or sleeping in the same place as that youth parent, where there is no person over age
24 in the household.

Unaccompanied Youth – Unaccompanied youth are persons under age 25 who are not accompanied by
a parent or guardian and are not a parent presenting with or sleeping in the same place as his/her
child(ren). Unaccompanied youth are single youth, youth couples, and groups of youth presenting
together as a household.
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                                            APPENDIX A

    POPULATION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PIT COUNT: FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD TYPES
                                             Emergency Shelter   Transitional Housing   Unsheltered   Total
Total number of households                          Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Total number of persons (adults &                   Y                     Y                  Y          Y
children)
Number of children (under age 18)                   Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Number of young adults (age 18 to 24)               Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Number of adults (over age 24)                      Y                     Y                  Y          Y
GENDER (adults & children)                  Emergency Shelter    Transitional Housing   Unsheltered   Total
Female                                              Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Male                                                Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Transgender                                         Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Gender Non-Conforming                               Y                     Y                  Y          Y
ETHNICITY (adults & children)               Emergency Shelter    Transitional Housing   Unsheltered   Total
Non-Hispanic / Non-Latino                           Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Hispanic / Latino                                   Y                     Y                  Y          Y
RACE (adults & children)                     Emergency Shelter   Transitional Housing   Unsheltered   Total
White                                               Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Black or African American                           Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Asian                                               Y                     Y                  Y          Y
American Indian or Alaska Native                    Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander           Y                     Y                  Y          Y
Multiple Races                                      Y                     Y                  Y          Y
CHRONICALLY HOMELESS                         Emergency Shelter   Transitional Housing   Unsheltered   Total
Total Number of Households                          Y                     N                  Y          Y
Total Number of Persons                             Y                     N                  Y          Y
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        ADDITIONAL HOMELESS POPULATION REPORTING REQURIEMENTS FOR THE PIT COUNT
                                       Emergency Shelter   Transitional Housing   Unsheltered   Total
Adults w/ a Serious Mental Illness            Y                     Y                 Y          Y
Adults w/ a Substance Use Disorder            Y                     Y                 Y          Y
Adults with HIV/AIDS                          Y                     Y                 Y          Y
Adult Survivors or Domestic Violence          O                     O                 O          O
(optional)
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                                       APPENDIX B

American GI Forum-National Veteran's Out
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
AGIF VA GPD BRIDGE TH                      Transitional Housing     HMIS
AGIF VA GPD SITH TH                        Transitional Housing     HMIS
AGIF NVOP RC TH                            Transitional Housing     HMIS
BEAT AIDS
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
BEAT AIDS N.E.W. HOPWA TH                  Transitional Housing     HMIS
BEAT AIDS N.E.W. Non-HOPWA TH              Transitional Housing     HMIS
Catholic Charities
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
Guadalupe Home Catholic Charities TH       Transitional Housing     HMIS
Center for Health Care Services
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
CHCS COSA ITP Female                       Emergency Shelter        HMIS
CHCS COSA ITP Male                         Emergency Shelter        HMIS
Crosspoint Inc.
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
Crosspoint Inc ES                          Emergency Shelter        HMIS
Haven for Hope
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
H4H Courtyard                              Unsheltered              HMIS
H4H CY COSA DRP ES                         Emergency Shelter        HMIS
H4H Master Enrollment                      Emergency Shelter        HMIS
Pay it Forward NRS ES                      Emergency Shelter        HMIS
THRIVE                                     Emergency Shelter        HMIS
Family Violence Prevention Services
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
Battered Women & Children’s Shelter        Emergency Shelter        Encrypted, De-identified Report
La Paloma Transitional Housing             Transitional Housing     Encrypted, De-identified Report
FEMA Cottages                              Transitional Housing     Encrypted, De-identified Report
Roy Maas Youth Alternatives
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
Centro Seguro                              Emergency Shelter        Mobile App
RHY Turning Point TLP                      Emergency Shelter        Mobile App
San Antonio AIDS Foundation
Project                                    Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
SAAF TH                                    Transitional Housing     HMIS
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San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries (SAMM)
Project                                     Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
SAMM TH                                     Transitional Housing     HMIS
Strong Foundation
Project                                     Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
Strong Foundation ES                        Emergency Shelter        HMIS
Strong Foundation HomeBase                  Emergency Shelter        HMIS
The Salvation Army
Project                                     Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
TSA Emergency Women and Family Shelter ES   Emergency Shelter        HMIS
TSA Dave Coy Men Transient ES               Emergency Shelter        HMIS
TSA Dave Coy Men SSI Dormitory TH           Transitional Housing     HMIS
TSA Dave Coy Men Workers TH                 Transitional Housing     HMIS
TSA Stepping Forward TH                     Transitional Housing     HMIS
Visitation House Ministries
Project                                     Project Classification   Data Collection Methodology Used
Transitional Housing Program                Transitional Housing     De-identified Report
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OFFICIAL HDX REPORT SUBMISSIONS
Point-in-Time Count TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count
Persons in Households with at least one Adult and one Child
                                    Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional
         Total Number of
                                    210            60             4       274
              Households
         Total Number of
                  persons           598           200             8       806
      (Adults & Children)
      Number of Persons
                                    381           135             4       520
          (under age 18)
      Number of Persons
                                     26             7             0        33
                 (18 - 24)
      Number of Persons
                                    191            58             4       253
            (over age 24)

                                    Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
Gender
(adults and children)         Emergency   Transitional

                   Female           359           130             5       494

                       Male         238            70             3       311

             Transgender              1             0             0            1

           Gender Non-
     Conforming (i.e. not
                                      0             0             0            0
     exclusively male or
                 female)

                                    Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
Ethnicity
(adults and children)         Emergency   Transitional
      Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                    257            80             8       345
                 Latino
          Hispanic/Latino           341           120             0       461

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                                     Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
Race
(adults and children)          Emergency   Transitional
                       White         438           138             5       581
         Black or African-
                                     138            50             0       188
                American
                       Asian           1             5             0            6
     American Indian or
                                       2             0             0            2
          Alaska Native
     Native Hawaiian or
                                       2             2             0            4
   Other Pacific Islander
           Multiple Races             17             5             3        25

Chronically                          Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
(adults and children)          Emergency   Transitional
          Total number of
                                       6                           0            6
              households
          Total number of
                                      13                           0        13
                  persons

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Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count

Persons in Households with only Children
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
         Total Number of
                                      2             0            0             1            3
             Households
         Total Number of
                                      2             0            0             1            3
 children (under age 18)

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Gender
(adults and children)         Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
                   Female             1             0            0             1            2

                       Male           1             0            0             0            1

             Transgender              0             0            0             0            0

           Gender Non-
     Conforming (i.e. not
                                      0             0            0             0            0
     exclusively male or
                 female)

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Ethnicity
(adults and children)         Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
      Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                      1             0            0             0            1
                 Latino
          Hispanic/Latino             1             0            0             1            2

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Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Race
(adults and children)          Emergency   Transitional
                       White           1             0            0             0            1
         Black or African-
                                       1             0            0             0            1
                American
                       Asian           0             0            0             0            0
     American Indian or
                                       0             0            0             0            0
          Alaska Native
     Native Hawaiian or
                                       0             0            0             0            0
   Other Pacific Islander
           Multiple Races              0             0            0             1            1

Chronically                                Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
(adults and children)          Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
          Total number of
                                       0                           0            0            0
                  persons

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Point-in-Time Count TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count
Persons in Households without Children
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
        Total Number of
                                    764           121             0        1,177     2,062
            Households
        Total Number of
                 persons            764           121             0        1,178     2,063
                 (Adults)
      Number of Persons
                                     37             8             0           50        95
                (18 - 24)
      Number of Persons
                                    727           113             0        1,128     1,968
          (over age 24)

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Gender
(adults and children)         Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
                   Female           258            24             0          271       553

                       Male         501            97             0          903     1,501

             Transgender              5             0             0            4            9
           Gender Non-
     Conforming (i.e. not
                                      0             0             0            0            0
     exclusively male or
                 female)

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Ethnicity
(adults and children)         Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
      Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                    474            82             0          659     1,215
                 Latino
          Hispanic/Latino           290            39             0          519       848

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Point-in-Time Count TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                                           Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Race
(adults and children)          Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
                       White         593            88             0          842     1,523
         Black or African-
                                     154            33             0          256       443
                American
                       Asian           2             0             0            8        10
     American Indian or
                                       6             0             0           17        23
          Alaska Native
     Native Hawaiian or
                                       1             0             0            4            5
   Other Pacific Islander
           Multiple Races              8             0             0           51        59

Chronically                                Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
(adults and children)          Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
          Total number of
                                     170                           0          160       330
                  persons

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Date of PIT Count: 1/24/2019
Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count

Total Households and Persons
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
        Total Number of
                                    976           181             0        1,182     2,339
             Households
        Total Number of
                                  1,364           321             0        1,187     2,872
                 Persons
      Number of Children
                                    383           135             0            5      523
         (under age 18)
      Number of Persons
                                     63            15             0           50      128
               (18 to 24)
      Number of Persons
                                    918           171             0         1132     2,221
           (over age 24)

Gender
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
                   Female           618           154             0          277     1,049
                       Male         740           167             0          906     1,813

             Transgender              6             0             0            4       10

            Gender Non-
      Conforming (i.e. not
                                      0             0             0            0        0
      exclusively male or
                  female)

Ethnicity
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
       Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                    732           162             0          667     1,561
                  Latino
           Hispanic/Latino          632           159             0          520     1,311

Race
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Point In Time Summary for TX-500 - San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                                                     Sheltered                      Unsheltered   Total
                                   Emergency         Transitional      Safe Haven
                       White              1032                226               0          847     2,105
          Black or African-
                                           293                    83            0          256      632
                 American
                       Asian                  3                    5            0            8       16
      American Indian or
                                              8                    0            0           17       25
           Alaska Native
      Native Hawaiian or
                                              3                    2            0            4            9
    Other Pacific Islander
       Multiple Races
Chronically                                  25                    5            0           55       85
                                                    Sheltered                       Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
                                  Emergency         Transitional       Safe Haven
          Total number of
                                           183                                  0          160       343
                  persons

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Inventory Count Date: 1/24/2019
Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count
Unaccompanied Youth Households
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
         Total Number of
   unaccompanied youth               39             8             0           50        97
             households
         Total number of
                                     39             8             0           51        98
   unaccompanied youth
               Number of
         unaccompanied                2             0             0            1            3
 children (under age 18)
               Number of
  unaccompanied young                37             8             0           50        95
    adults (age 18 to 24)

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Gender
(unaccompanied
youth)                        Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven

                   Female            20              7            0            4        31

                       Male          17              1            0           47        65

             Transgender              2              0            0            0            2

           Gender Non-
     Conforming (i.e. not
                                      0              0            0            0            0
     exclusively male or
                 female)

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Ethnicity
(unaccompanied
youth)                        Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven

      Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                      6             3             0           21        30
                 Latino
          Hispanic/Latino            33             5             0           30        68

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Point-in-Time Count TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                                                      Sheltered                     Unsheltered   Total
Race
(unaccompanied
youth)                            Emergency           Transitional    Safe Haven

                       White                25                  6               0           37        68
         Black or African-
                                            12                  2               0            6        20
                American
                       Asian                  1                 0               0            1            2
     American Indian or
                                              1                 0               0            1            2
          Alaska Native
     Native Hawaiian or
                                              0                 0               0            0            0
   Other Pacific Islander
           Multiple Races                     0                 0               0            6            6

Chronically                                           Sheltered                     Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
(unaccompanied                                                           Safe
                                   Emergency           Transitional
youth)                                                                  Haven
 Total number of persons                          0                             0            0            0

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Inventory Count Date: 1/24/2019
Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count
Parenting Youth Households
                                        Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                                 Emergency       Transitional
    Total number of parenting
                                         13                     2             0       15
            youth households
   Total number of persons in
                                         26                     9             0       35
  parenting youth households

 Total Parenting Youth (youth
                                         13                     2             0       15
                parents only)

   Total Children in Parenting
                                         13                     7             0       20
           Youth Households
   Number of parenting youth
                                             0                  0             0           0
               (under age 18)
  Children in households with
   parenting youth under age
                                             0                  0             0           0
    18 (children under age 18
        with parent under 18)
   Number of parenting youth
                                         13                     2             0       15
                (age 18 to 24)
  Children in households with
   parenting youth age 18 to
                                         13                     7             0       20
   24 (children under age 18
  with parents under age 25)

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Point-in-Time Count TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                                                     Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Gender
(parenting youth)
                                         Emergency            Transitional

                         Female                       12                     2             0       14

                            Male                          1                  0             0           1

                   Transgender                            0                  0             0           0

      Gender Non-Conforming
  (i.e. not exclusively male or                           0                  0             0           0
                        female)

                                                     Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Ethnicity
(parenting youth)
                                         Emergency            Transitional

     Non-Hispanic/Non-Latino                              7                  1             0           8

                Hispanic/Latino                           6                  1             0           7

                                                     Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Race
(parenting youth)
                                         Emergency            Transitional

                           White                          6                  2             0           8

    Black or African-American                             7                  0             0           7

                           Asian                          0                  0             0           0
    American Indian or Alaska
                                                          0                  0             0           0
                        Native
     Native Hawaiian or Other
                                                          0                  0             0           0
              Pacific Islander
                 Multiple Races                           0                  0             0           0

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Point-in-Time Count TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                                                    Sheltered                Unsheltered   Total
Chronically Homeless
(parenting youth)                        Emergency            Transitional
  Total number of households                              0                            0           0

      Total number of persons                             0                            0           0

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Point-in-Time Count Veterans TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar
County CoC
Inventory Count Date: 1/24/2019
Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count
Persons in Households with at least one Adult and one Child
                                    Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional
         Total Number of
                                      7             0             0            7
             Households
         Total Number of
                                     24             0             0        24
                 Persons
         Total Number of
                                      7             0             0            7
                Veterans

                                    Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
Gender
(veterans only)               Emergency   Transitional
                   Female             2             0             0            2

                       Male           4             0             0            4

             Transgender              1             0             0            1

           Gender Non-
     Conforming (i.e. not
                                      0             0             0            0
     exclusively male or
                 female)

                                    Sheltered            Unsheltered   Total
Ethnicity
(veterans only)               Emergency   Transitional
      Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                      7             0             0            7
                 Latino
          Hispanic/Latino             0             0             0            0

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Point-in-Time Count Veterans TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                                           Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Race
(veterans only)                   Emergency          Transitional
                       White                  1                    0            0            1
         Black or African-
                                              6                    0            0            6
                American
                       Asian                  0                    0            0            0
     American Indian or
                                              0                    0            0            0
          Alaska Native
     Native Hawaiian or
                                              0                    0            0            0
   Other Pacific Islander
           Multiple Races                     0                    0            0            0

Chronically                                 Sheltered                  Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
(veterans only)                   Emergency          Transitional
           Total number of
                                              0                                 0            0
               households
           Total number of
                                              0                                 0            0
                   persons

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Inventory Count Date: 1/24/2019
Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count
Persons in Households without Children
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
         Total Number of
                                     81            66             0           61       208
             Households
         Total Number of
                                     81            66             0           61       208
                 Persons
         Total Number of
                                     81            66             0           61       208
                Veterans

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Gender
(veterans only)               Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
                   Female             5             4             0            8        17

                       Male          75            62             0           53       190

             Transgender              1             0             0            0            1

           Gender Non-
     Conforming (i.e. not
                                      0             0             0            0            0
     exclusively male or
                 female)

                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
Ethnicity
(veterans only)               Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
      Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                     59            51             0           43       153
                 Latino
          Hispanic/Latino            22            15             0           18        55

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Point-in-Time Count TX-500 San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                                                     Sheltered                  Unsheltered   Total
Race
(veterans only)                   Emergency         Transitional   Safe Haven
                       White                53               50             0           43       146
         Black or African-
                                            25               16             0           11        52
                American
                       Asian                  0               0             0            1            1
     American Indian or
                                              2               0             0            2            4
          Alaska Native
     Native Hawaiian or
                                              0               0             0            0            0
   Other Pacific Islander
           Multiple Races                     1               0             0            4            5

Chronically                                          Sheltered                  Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
(veterans only)                   Emergency         Transitional   Safe Haven
          Total number of
                                              9                             0           27        36
                  persons

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Point-in-Time Summary Veterans for TX-500 - San
Antonio/Bexar County CoC
Date of PIT Count: 1/24/2019
Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count
Total Households and Persons
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
          Total Number of
                                     88            66             0           61      215
              Households
          Total Number of
                                    105            66             0           61      232
                  Persons
          Total Number of
                                     88            66             0           61      215
                 Veterans

Gender
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
                   Female             7             4             0            8       19
                       Male          79            62             0           53      194
             Transgender
                                      2             0             0            0        2
          (male to female)
             Transgender
                                      0             0             0            0        0
          (female to male)

Ethnicity
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven
       Non-Hispanic/Non-
                                     66            51             0           43      160
                  Latino
           Hispanic/Latino           22            15             0           18       55

Race
                                          Sheltered                   Unsheltered   Total
                              Emergency   Transitional   Safe Haven

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Point In Time Summary for TX-500 - San Antonio/Bexar County CoC

                       White                 54                   50            0           43      147
          Black or African-
                                             31                   16            0           11       58
                 American
                       Asian                  0                    0            0            1            1
      American Indian or
                                              2                    0            0            2            4
           Alaska Native
      Native Hawaiian or
                                              0                    0            0            0            0
    Other Pacific Islander
            Multiple Races                    1                    0            0            4            5

Chronically                                         Sheltered                       Unsheltered   Total
Homeless
                                  Emergency         Transitional       Safe Haven
          Total number of
                                              9                                 0           27        36
                  persons

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Additional Homeless Populations Summary for TX-500 -
San Antonio/Bexar County CoC
Date of PIT Count: 1/24/2019
Population: Sheltered and Unsheltered Count

Other Homeless
Subpopulations
                                                                        Unsheltere
                                             Sheltered                               Total
                                                                            d

                                                             Safe
                                 Emergency   Transitional
                                                            Haven
       Adults with a Serious
                                       373           36             0         328       737
                Mental Illness
     Adults with a Substance
                                       260           34             0         194       488
                Use Disorder
        Adults with HIV/AIDS            11             8            0          18        37
            Adult Survivors of
                                       324           74             0          82       480
           Domestic Violence

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