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.
You may qualify for housing assistance and support through Central Oregon’s Coordinated Entry System
Call 541-630-2533 on Tuesdays or Thursdays 12pm-4pm
to complete a housing assessment
Are you currently at-risk for homelessness?
- Struggling to pay rent
- Have an eviction notice due to non-payment
- Below the 50% AMI (Click here to see if you qualify)
If so, please complete this survey for potential housing assistance. Once the survey is complete, an agency will contact you regarding next steps.