Each community uses its own unique approach to delivering services to homeless families and individuals. Homeless service systems vary in how people enter the system, move through it, and access services. At the system level, the approach to client entry will fall into one of three categories: a single point of entry, streamlined entry (i.e., a limited number of entry points), or an "open door" approach (i.e., clients can enter the system through any agency). At the agency level, the approach to client intake will vary depending on how clients enter the system.
At Emergency Housing, are intake requirements for client referrals is easy; rather you are a case manager of another agency; housing coordinator of 211; or a social worker of a medical facility; Emergency Housing can assist you with placing your client in apartment shared living within 24 to 72 hours.
Client Referral Services
If you are a social worker; case manager or housing coordinator seeking housing placement for your client? fill out the form below and one of our case management team members will contact your office within 24 hours concerning your client to arrange housing. Fill out the client referral form listed below; one of our case management team members will contact you directly to discuss details concerning your client.
If your client is on the streets; living in their vehicle or located in a medical facility; one of our intake coordinators of emergency housing will visit your client; the first initial approach will be a phone call to your client; second approach we will conduct a temperature screening to assure your client do not have COVID-19; thirdly we will speak to your client concerning income and providing proof of income; if there is housing available ; your client will be required to pay a security deposit equal to the first month’s rent; rather it is a room rental; bed rental; or if your client have the ability to live in an apartment on there own.