The 2022 Point-In-Time Count of San Bernardino County’s homeless population, conducted on Feb. 24, was a joint effort of the San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership, the San Bernardino County Community Revitalization – Office of Homeless Services, and the Institute for Urban Initiatives. The results of the count help determine how much assistance the county receives from the federal government to address homelessness. This year, the county saw a net decrease of one unsheltered person and a dramatic increase in the number of those in housing and shelters, demonstrating the success of the County-led efforts to provide housing options for the homeless. Approximately 600 community volunteers and nearly 30 partner agencies conducted this year’s annual count.