Coordinated Entry System Access Points
Coordinated Entry System (CES) is continuing to operate at full capacity including processing new assessments, prioritization, and referrals. CES Access Points operate according to their agency’s procedures and may have limited or no availability at this time due to COVID-19. The Eastern Carolina Housing Organization (ECHO) Access Point remains active and ready to complete assessments. Anyone experiencing a housing crisis may either call 843-213-1798 to schedule a phone assessment or provide updated information. You may also complete an assessment online at http://www.echousing.org/get-help. Thank you for your understanding during this time as we look forward to continuing to serve you.
What is an Access Point?
A Coordinated Entry System Access Point is a community partner where a person experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of experiencing homelessness can complete a CES Assessment and be placed on the Housing Prioritization List.
Participating Public Community Partner Access Points
- Eastern Carolina Housing Organization
407 Broadway St., Myrtle Beach, SC 29557
843-213-1798 | echousing.org | Get Directions
- New Directions of Horry County
1005 Osceola St., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-232-7154 | helpnewdirections.org | Get Directions
- Pee Dee Community Action Agency
411 Jarrott St., Florence, SC 29501
843-678-3410 | Website | Get Directions
- Sea Haven, Project Lighthouse (Ages 18-24)
305 C Hwy 15, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-626-1446 | seahaveninc.com | Get Directions
- United Way of Kershaw County
110 East Dekalb Street, Camden, SC 29020
803-432-0951 |uwkc.net | Get Directions