Coordinated Entry System Access Points

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.

If you are currently experiencing a housing crisis in TCHC’s region, the first step is to complete a Coordinated Entry System (CES) assessment. The CES assessment process is designed to prioritize the most vulnerable people and match them with available openings within TCHC’s network of providers. Assessments may be completed online or in person at a TCHC Access Point.

Participating Public Community Partner Access Points