Rural Nevada Coordinated Entry

What is Coordinated Entry?

 

Coordinated Entry is a consistent, community wide intake process to match people experiencing homelessness to community resources that are the best fit for their situation. In the State of Nevada’s Coordinated Entry system, all homeless individuals and families will complete a standard assessment survey that considers the household’s situation and identifies the best type of housing intervention to address their situation. Permanent housing programs, including permanent supportive housing and rapid rehousing, will fill spaces in their programs from a community queue of eligible households generated from the standard assessment. This coordinated process will reduce the need for people to traverse the community seeking assistance at every provider separately.

Coordinated Entry is fully integrated into the Clarity CMIS/HMIS. The assessment is part of the standard CMIS/HMIS intake and will be entered directly into HMIS and referrals to permanent housing will be made through the HMIS software.

 

Rural Nevada Coordinated Entry Trainings

Rural Nevada Housing Provider Training (Mar 2022)

Directions for housing providers to post availability to the community queue, per CoC policy, and accept matchmaker referrals

Rural Nevada Housing Provider Slides

Rural Nevada Shelter Provider Training (Mar 2022)

Directions for shelter providers to make referrals to their own programs, per CoC policy.

Rural Nevada Shelter Provider Slides

Rural Nevada Assessor Training (Jan 2022)

Includes information on the CHAT Housing-needs assessment

Rural Nevada Assessor Training Slides

 

2022 Rural Nevada Coordinated Entry Training and Office Hours Schedule

 

Rural CoC Policy and Procedures-June 2022