If a CoC's coordinated entry (CE) system is not yet fully operational for permanent supportive housing (PSH), how does a PSH project that is not yet able to participate in a CE system follow the order of priority established in the Prioritization Notice?

Date Published: March 2015

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Prioritization is the most effective when performed through a coordinated entry process. HUD recognizes that in many communities the coordinated entry system is still being developed and might not currently be in place for every housing type. In the meantime, recipients of CoC Program-funded PSH may still prioritize following the order of priority established in the Prioritization Notice by selecting persons from their project’s wait list in a prioritized manner. Where a waitlist does not exist, the provider should be exercising due diligence to locate persons that meet the highest levels of priority according to the Prioritization Notice.

Tags: CoC Permanent Supportive Housing