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Concerns have been raised within San Joaquin County and the State for California regarding the increasing homeless population. The City of Escalon is fortunate and does not have a constant population of homeless, but an occasional influx of homeless persons as they pass through from City to City. Homelessness is a complex issue caused by a variety of factors including the lack of affordable housing, economic factors, substance abuse, and mental illness, among others. The City of Escalon has taken action to address homelessness by working with the City’s regional partners to direct individuals experiencing homelessness to resources within San Joaquin and Stanislaus County.

State of Homelessness in the City and County (PIT Count)

The PIT Count (Point in Time Count) is an annual count of the sheltered and unsheltered Homeless in population in San Joaquin County. The PIT Count takes place during January each year.  For more information on the PIT County, please visit the San Joaquin Continuum of Care website at

2019 PIT Count of the Sheltered and Unsheltered Homeless Dashboard Summary

2019 PIT Count of the Sheltered and Unsheltered Homeless Full Report

Local Area Resources Guide

Contact Info

2060 McHenry Ave
(209) 691-7400