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Coordinated Entry System (CES) for Case Managers
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Background

The Coordinated Entry System is a process which coordinates the assessment and referral of individuals and families seeking housing, and includes the use of a comprehensive and standardized assessment tool. 

 

The Family Coordinated Entry System is set-up in HMIS under the Family Solutions Collaborative, and the Individual Coordinated Entry System is set-up in HMIS under the County of Orange. To be given access to these agencies, users must be from one of the current access points, and must complete the HMIS Coordinated Entry Training. Please review the Additional Agency Access article for additional information. 

 

The articles below provide step-by-step guidance on the different processes that need to be completed by Case Managers and Street Outreach Workers participating in the Coordinated Entry System (CES).

 
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