Coordinated Entry System
Central Oregon’s Coordinated Entry System (CES) ensures that people experiencing homelessness can get help finding stable housing. CES uses a standardized assessment tool that matches the right level of services and housing resources to people experiencing homelessness.
Are you currently experiencing homelessness?
- Sleeping Outdoors
- Staying in a homeless shelter
- Staying in your car or in a camper without running water and electricity
- Leaving an institution (where you were for less than 90 days and you were homeless before)***Institution means a jail, prison, a psychiatric hospital, medical hospital, or a drug/alcohol treatment program.
- Fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking**Domestic violence means the person or family is afraid to return to their home or is experiencing dangerous or life-threatening conditions at home, usually due to abuse, stalking, dating violence, sexual assault or other physical assault. Persons who have experienced human trafficking or sexual exploitation.