HOW DOES IT WORK?
Coordinated Entry is a process designed to ensure you have fair and equal access to the community’s resources. With Coordinated Entry, you are quickly identified, assessed, and served with the most appropriate housing solution. Some housing solutions may include a housing program, connecting you with a family member or friend, or helping you get an apartment on your own.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
- Person(s) experiencing literal homelessness, living in a place not meant for human habitation or staying at a public or
private overnight shelter in Tarrant or Parker County, are eligible.
- Person(s) fleeing (or attempting to flee) domestic violence, have no other residence, and lack the support network to
obtain other permanent housing, are eligible for Coordinated Entry assistance.
- Person(s) must also reside in Tarrant or Parker County.
HOW DO I GAIN ACCESS?
The first step is to go to a location that does assessments for Coordinated Entry. If you are not able to go to a location, an outreach team can also meet you to do assessments. Please see the table below for a list of outreach teams and locations.