The Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County is developing and launching a new coordinated entry system in 2016. Coordinated entry is a community-wide system that standardizes and expedites the process by which people experiencing homelessness or who are at imminent risk of homelessness access...
Check out myentrypoint.org for all things Coordinated Entry including resources for people in need of housing assistance and for providers around Suburban Cook County.
Coordinated entry is a community-wide system that standardizes and expedites the process by which people experiencing homelessness or who are at imminent risk of homelessness access shelter, housing, and homeless resources. Coordinated entry will help suburban Cook County better target the limited resources provided by the homeless assistance system to people who are experiencing homelessness and need them the most.
The following policy, based on best practices and guidance from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), sets community-wide standards for involuntary termination from Continuum of Care (CoC) and Emergency Solutions Grant-funded housing programs (i.e. Permanent Supportive Housing, Rapid re-housing, Transitional Housing, Transitional Housing Rapid Re-housing joint component, Safe Haven). These standards provide the parameters for...(Download the document for the rest of the policy).
This short video shows where VI-SPDATS should be entered on a client's record and how to open the assessment to Alliance Projects for Coordinated Entry.
This quick video shows where to upload CE documents in ServicePoint and how to open them to Alliance Projects. The description field for uploaded documents must follow the naming conventions exactly as found in the document below.
Click "read more" to check out the most current training schedule for Coordinated Entry (Entry Point) including the links needed to register for those training dates.