Housing Related Coordinated Entry

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    Taxonomy Code: BH-0500.3200

    Organizations that are part of a community-wide, coordinated effort to identify, assess and find appropriate options for homeless individuals and families seeking housing or related services, and/or for those at imminent risk of becoming homeless. The number of physical access points in the community for intake and assessment may vary (no wrong door), but all sites use the same assessment and targeting tools; make referrals using the same criteria and have access to the same set of resources including homelessness prevention, shelters, shelter diversion programs, service centers, transitional housing programs, permanent housing programs and outreach programs. Most coordinated entry programs also include real-time knowledge about program inventory and capacity, referral and waiting list management, and enrollment/admission decision criteria as process components.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Boulder County Coordinated Entry (Our Center) - Boulder Shelter for the HomelessProvides assessments and referrals to Housing Focused Shelter for clients with higher needs and have been in Boulder county for at least 30 days. Clients with lower needs and have been in Boulder county for less than 30 days are referred to Bridge House Path to Home Navigation (PTHN).Boulder CountyOur Center - Boulder Shelter for the HomelessBoulder Shelter for the Homeless
    Boulder County Coordinated Entry (Path to Home) - Boulder Shelter for the HomelessProvides assessments and referrals to Housing Focused Shelter for clients with higher needs and have been in Boulder county for at least 30 days. Clients with lower needs and have been in Boulder county for less than 30 days are referred to Bridge House Path to Home Navigation (PTHN).Boulder CountyPath to Home - Boulder Shelter for the HomelessBoulder Shelter for the Homeless
    Vulnerability Index & Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (Pikes Peak Continuum of Care) - Community Health PartnershipThe Vulnerability Index & Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT), also known as the Housing Survey, is an assessment tool utilized by many agencies in the Colorado Springs area to determine eligibility for housing programs. This program is managed through Community Health Partnership (CHP). The Housing Survey scores the level of vulnerability an individual reports, which is then discussed each week at a Coordinated Entry meeting that all local housing agencies attend. The most vulnerable individuals that meet the criteria for agencies who have vouchers or vacancies in their programs will be notified. El Paso CountyPikes Peak Continuum of Care - Community Health PartnershipCommunity Health Partnership

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