CE Agency Start Up
Agencies and programs participate in the Coordinated Entry System (CE) as access sites, assessors, navigators, and housing providers. All agencies that participate are required to complete and submit a Partner Agreement. Housing/service providers are required to also submit a program eligibility addendum. Assessors are required to complete training on the housing problem solving and CE assessment process.
Community agency-based staff position that is trained to provide Housing Problem Solving and to offer the CoC's standard CE assessment for all households experiencing homelessness. Assessors add households to the CE priority list and update information as necessary.
CoC staff position that provides direct support to individuals who have been assessed into CE and have been prioritized for navigation assistance by the CE Committee in order to more quickly resolve housing crises.
Housing program with dedicated units for people experiencing homelessness and fills openings in the program with households referred through CE. Housing Providers have agreements with the CoC to participate in CE.
All agencies participating in CE submit a CES Partner Agreement. Housing Providers must also submit a Program Eligibility Addendum for each participating housing program so that effective referrals can be made from the CE Priority List.
- Assessor Training is required for all CE Assessors and is provided by the CoC on a monthly basis via Zoom.
- Housing Provider Training is strongly recommended for Housing Providers. Available monthly by Zoom.