The Coordinated Entry System (CES) is a process designed to quickly identify, assess, refer, and connect people in crisis to housing, shelter, and assistance, no matter where they show up to ask for help. An effective CES is an essential component of Indianapolis’ homelessness prevention and intervention system, and critical to ensuring that homelessness is rare, short-lived, and recoverable.
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