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 Homelessness Data for Dayton & Montgomery County 

7 Things You Need to Know Presentation - March 2021
Joint CoC & HSPB Meeting Presentation 

Annual Homelessness Data

The number of households who experience homelessness in our community includes those who spent at least one night at one of the community's emergency shelters - Daybreak Youth Shelter, Gettysburg Gateway for Men, St. Vincent Gateway for Women and Families, YWCA Dayton Domestic Violence Shelter - or who were sleeping unsheltered and were engaged with Miami Valley Housing Opportunities PATH Street Outreach.  

Front Door 2020

3,444 Households   4,105 People

Homelessness in Montgomery County 2020 Summary 

Point-in Time (PIT) Count

Each year, on the fourth Tuesday in January, communities throughout Ohio conduct a one-night count of persons experiencing homelessness.  In Montgomery County, the PIT Count includes persons residing in emergency shelters – Daybreak, Gettysburg Gateway for Men, Holt Street, St. Vincent Gateway for Women & Families, and YWCA Domestic Violence shelter – or sleeping unsheltered in places not intended for housing such as wooded areas, cars, or abandoned buildings.