Coordinated Entry Evaluation
Coordinated Entry provides a centralized approach to connect the Continuum of Care's most vulnerable homeless residents to housing through a single community wide assessment tool and program matching system. Coordinated entry processes, deployed across an entire community, make it possible for people experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness to have their strengths and needs quickly assessed (triage), and to be swiftly connected to appropriate, tailored housing and services within the community. People with the greatest needs receive priority for any type of housing and homeless assistance available, including permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing, and other interventions. To better serve the clients, the Coordinated Entry system is evaluated on an annual basis and implement changes based on the results of the evaluation.
MAG Released a Request for Proposal
MAG Selected the Consultant
Evaluation of Coordinated Entry System Begins
Complete Evaluation and Implement Findings of Coordinated Entry System
Complete Implementation of Findings from the Evaluation