Coordinated Entry is a collaborative initiative designed to create a more effective and efficient homeless response system. A coordinated entry system is defined as a coordinated process designed to coordinate program participant intake, assessment, and provision of referrals, which covers the entire geographic area. It must be easily accessed by individuals and families seeking housing or services, well-advertised, and include a comprehensive and standardized assessment tool.
NE CoC Coordinated Entry Process
The NE CoC Coordinated Entry System (CES) Process "Cheat Sheet" gives a brief overview of how the Coordinated Entry System works in the NE.
The NE Coordinated Entry Access Points chart identifies where households can access Coordinated Entry in each county in the NE.
For more information about Coordinated Entry in the NE MN CoC, please contact Heather Lindula, NE CoC Priority List Manager.
CES Tools & Resources
Step 1 Tools - Access
Step 2 Tools - Assessment
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