Coordinated Entry System Standards
The Coordinated Entry task group has finished their initial work on the Coordinated Entry System Standards. We will accept comments on the document until Friday, September 20, 2019 before final approval from the Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness Steering Committee.
You may view the standards and submit comments via the link below. Additional comments or questions may be addressed to Katherine Fife at email@example.com.
Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness Coordinated Entry System Standards Version For Approval 9/12/19
The Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness will be responsible for oversight of the Continuum of Care.
The Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness’ primary goal is to end homelessness in Salt Lake Valley through a system-wide commitment of resources, services, data collection, analysis and coordination among all stakeholders. The Coalition gathers
community consensus to create and fulfill established outcomes. Using these goals, the coalition partners with key stakeholders to fill the needs of the Salt Lake County/Valley community. Participation in the work of the Coalition is open
to any agencies, organizations, and individuals with expertise or interest in rendering homelessness brief, rare, and non-recurring. Membership should represent the entirety of Salt Lake Valley. Additional collaboration to improve the statewide homeless
service system should also be reflected in the members. The Coalition meets on a regular basis to discuss, review data, and make recommendations regarding homeless system issues. The first meeting will be held on April 10th at 8:30am at
the Salt Lake County Government Center.
To join the Coalition, please complete the form here. If you are unable to access Google Forms, you may complete the following pdf and email the form to
PDF Membership Form
System Structure Proposal
At the CoC Membership Meeting on November 15, 2018 the CoC membership voted to keep Salt Lake County as the Collaborative Applicant for 2019. Additional discussions will take place regarding the best, long-term home within the Salt Lake County structure
for the Collaborative Applicant.
This discussion, among other conversations, has been taking place among community stakeholders regarding establishing a strong and effective homeless system of care for Salt Lake County, which has led to a proposed new system structure. The structure
initially presented to the CoC membership on November 15, 2018 has evolved with the input from various stakeholders. The initial presentation may be reviewed below, as well as additional iterations.
Homeless Service System Presentation
Homeless Service System Presentation as of 11_28_18
Homeless Service System Presentation as of 12_5_18
Homeless Service System Presentation as of 12_17_18
Homeless Service System Presentation as of 1_3_19
Homeless Service System Presentation as of 1_9_19
Homeless Service System Presentation as of 1_15_19
Homeless Service System Presentation for Collective Impact Steering Committee on 2_13_19
Homeless Service System Presentation For CoC
Homeless Service System Presentation As of 3_5_ 19
Homeless Service System Presentation As of 5_14_ 19
Updated Homeless Service System Presentation as of 7_31_19
Governing Documents of the Continuum of Care
Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness Governance Charter(Approved
April 10, 2019)
CoC Governance Charter (Approved August 2017)
Salt Lake County Coordinated Entry Standards (Approved January 2018)
HMIS Standard Operating
Policies & Procedures
SLCo CoC Policies and Procedures