Westchester County Coordinated Entry Program (WCCEP) provides universal services to all people who are experiencing homelessness throughout Westchester County. Being homeless means you are:
Living and sleeping outside or in places not meant for human habitation
Fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence
Staying in an emergency shelter or transitional housing, or
Exiting an institution where you stayed for up to 90 days and were homeless before entering that institution
This diagram shows how provider agencies work together to move participants through the Coordinated Entry system
HUD documentation used to verify homelessness status.
Template to be completed by a licensed medical professional on letterhead to document disability for HUD Permanent Supportive Housing Programs
HMIS consent forms and other HMIS related document
This flyer explains (in both English and Spanish) how to access homeless housing in Westchester through the Coordinated Entry system.
Westchester’s Continuum of Care Coordinated Entry operating instructions.
This HUD mandated document includes the Westchester CoC standards and procedures for all providers of permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing, and and transitional housing..
Powerpoint Introduction to Westchester’s Coordinated Entry system for Coordinated Entry Assessors.