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Coordinated Entry

Overview

Coordinated Entry (CE) is a system that allows for coordinated entry into a local homeless services system, as well as coordinated movement within and ultimately exit from the system. Coordinated Entry increases the efficiency of a homeless assistance system by standardizing access to homeless services and coordinating program referrals.

The Ohio Balance of State Continuum of Care (BoSCoC) is committed to sustaining a CE system that will help to advance our goals of helping households quickly access appropriate services to address housing crises, increasing exits to housing, decreasing length of time homeless, and reducing returns to homelessness.

From December 2017 through January 2018, Homeless Planning Regions within the Ohio BoSCoC will begin formally implementing their redesigned CE processes and system. These updated systems should help ensure that households in crisis can quickly access needed shelter and services, and then, with appropriate assistance, rapidly move back into permanent housing.

Coordinated Entry Policy Documents

Coordinated Entry Victim Service Policy August 2018
Ohio BoSCoC Coordinated Entry Systems Standards March 2017 Update
Ohio BoSCoC Coordinated Entry Systems Standards January 2017 Update
Ohio BoSCoC Coordinated Entry Systems Standards 2016
Coordinated Entry at a Glance

Coordinated Entry Toolkit

Coordinated Entry Graphics
Role of Access Points: August 2018 Update
Access Point vs. Referring Agency
What is the VI-SPDAT: July 2018 Update
Diversion vs. VI-SPDAT
PSH and RRH Prioritization Process
Ohio BoSCoC Coordinated Entry System Steps
Unsheltered Provider

Coordinated Entry FAQ Document

Regional Coordinated Entry Plans

Region 1 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 2 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 3 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 4 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 5 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 6 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 7 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 8 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 9 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 10 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 11 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 12 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 13 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 14 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 15 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 16 Coordinated Entry Plan
Region 17 Coordinated Entry Plan

Ohio BoSCoC Diversion Process

Standardized Diversion Screening Forms
Diversion Screening Script
HMIS Diversion Form

Ohio BoSCoC Diversion Guidance Documents
Introductory Diversion Webinar
Ohio BoSCoC Diversion Process FAQ
Diversion Implementation Webinar
Diversion Workflow
Access Point Diversion Process Workflow
Diversion Key Elements Graphic
When Diversion Takes Place Graphic
Households Facing Housing Instability Graphic

VI-SPDAT Information

Tools
VI-SPDAT 2.0 Singles: Print Version
VI-SPDAT 2.0 Singles: Fillable Version
VI-SPDAT 2.0 Families: Print Version
VI-SPDAT 2.0 Families: Fillable Version

TAY-VI-SPDAT: Fillable Version 
TAY-VI-SPDAT General Information 

VI-SPDAT Guidance
VI-SPDAT Instructional Guide
VI-SPDAT Online Training Quiz Text
OrgCode VI-SPDAT 2.0 Training Video

CE Launch Schedule and Webinars

CE Launch Schedule 
Region 9
Region 4,14 and 16
Region 7
Region 10
Region 12
Region 15
Region 3
Region 2
Region 8

HMIS CE Workflows

Training

Coordinated Entry Regional Training Schedule
Coordinated Entry Systems Standards Webinar
Diversion HMIS Workflow Training
VI-SPDAT Training Video
(Visit our Training & Technical Assistance page for additional training materials)

Additional Resources

HUD CoC Program Toolkit: Coordinated Entry
USICH: Enhancing Coordinated Entry through Partnerships with Mainstream Resources and Programs
HUD Requirements for CE Systems March 2017 Webinar
HUD Notice Establishing Additional Requirements for a Continuum of Care Centralized or Coordinated Assessment System
HUD Coordinated Entry Policy Brief
NAEH Coordinated Entry Toolkit
USICH Opening Doors