Coordinated Entry: Best Practices in Centering Equity and Ensuring Effectiveness

April 18, 12:00–1:30pm


Effective Coordinated Entry systems increase consistency, efficiency, and equity in communities’ work to end homelessness. In practice, implementation has been an enormous challenge—making the scale of homelessness more visible, laying bare gaps in existing services, while exposing and in many cases exacerbating racial inequities within homelessness and housing systems. Come learn from communities who are taking these challenges head-on, harnessing the new visibility and clarity that Coordinated Entry has provided, and taking bold steps towards realizing the promise of a more equitable and functional Coordinated Entry System.


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