Coordinated Entry


HUD mandates that all communities who receive federal funds through the Continuum of Care (CoC) Competition must operate and maintain a successful Coordinated Entry System. This system allows CoC’s to prioritize those most vulnerable and/or in-need for the limited services and housing program openings through an assessment process, engagement with outreach workers and housing staff, and case conferencing. Coordinated Entry also allows for coordinated collaboration with key service providers within the community, even if they are not federally funded through the CoC competition, to ensure that clients are able to access programs and services in a timely and organized manner. 


Please note: All training materials and forms on this page are for use by Coordinated Entry staff or those operating within the CoC. If you are currently experiencing homelessness, please visit our Memphis Homeless Options Tool for information on resources and programs that can assist within the community.


Training Materials

Coordinated Entry Training (Part 1)

Coordinated Entry Training (Part 2)*
How to Complete a VI-SPDAT - Single Adults (video)*

*When you have completed the VI-SPDAT training assessment video found above, please click here.

 

Forms and Documentation

VI-SPDAT - Single Adults
VI-SPDAT - Family
TAY-VI-SPDAT - Youth
Verification of Homelessness (Third Party)
Verification of Homelessness (Client Self)

 

Training for Completing HUD Documentation

VOH Training (Please note, you will have to make a HUD Exchange account to access the training webinar)