The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing has launched Adult Coordinated Entry and its community Access Points. Access Points are localized community gateways into San Francisco’s Homelessness Response System, which is the overall system of programs and housing opportunities for adults experiencing homelessness.
Operated by Episcopal Community Services (ECS), the non-profit service provider for Adult Coordinated Entry, Access Points are designed to provide access, determine eligibility, conduct problem solving and assessments, and perform housing referrals for San Francisco adults experiencing homelessness. Families with children are served via Family Coordinated Entry.
Additional background information on Adult Coordinated Entry
- Overview of SF Primary Assessment for Adults
- CE Standards Adopted February 1 2021
- Analysis of Adult Prioritization Tool Data
- Adult Coordinated Entry Assessments Blitz: Information About Requesting On-Site Assessments
- Adult Coordinated Entry Assessments Blitz: Key Provider Meeting Presentation
- DAH Transition Program Announcement – August 2019