ARE YOU EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS?
Are you sleeping in emergency shelter, in public areas, or in another place that is not permanent or safe? Complete the Referral Form below and a staff member will contact you to complete a 20-30 minute assessment called Coordinated Entry. Coordinated Entry helps quickly connect people to available resources and gathers information about the housing needs of people that are not served.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
- Agency staff will collect general information and complete a short survey with you to find the best housing option.
- They will then refer you to a housing program, funding and vacancy permitted.
- If assistance is unavailable, staff will attempt to refer you to other resources.
WHY YOU SHOULD PARTICIPATE
- It reduces the amount of time you spend searching for assistance.
- It makes it easier for you and your family to access available resources.
- This process helps the community understand what resources are needed to help you and other families in the future.
KEEP IN MIND
This process does not guarantee assistance, and does not mean there are new resources available. We are working diligently with many households to end their homelessness, but resources are limited. It is possible and likely that programs you are interested in will not have any current openings, and there is no way to tell when a program may be able to offer assistance. This is not a housing wait list or housing application, but rather an initial assessment to identify the best housing option for you.
Coordinated Entry Referral Form