How does someone get connected with county services?

How does someone get connected with county services?

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July 1, 2024



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The Los Angeles County Coordinated Entry System (CES) is the network that aligns homeless services in the County together to ensure that resources are efficiently and equitably distributed to support people experiencing homelessness.


Los Angeles County's participating Coordinated Entry System network agencies are: Valley Oasis, LA Family Housing, Village Family Services, Union Station Homeless Services, Hathaway Sycamore, The People Concern, PATH, LA LGBT Center, St. Joseph Center, Safe Place for Youth, SSG HOPICS, Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD), The Whole Child, Jovenes, Harbor Interfaith, and 211 LA.


2022 CES agencies homeless housing support

Who does CES Serve?

  • Adults (age 18+)
  • Families (household with a child under age 18)
  • Youth (age 18-24)

CES has programs that are tailored for people experiencing homelessness from each of these household types. Not all programs in CES will be available for each age group. For example, some programs may be accessible to Adults only.

In addition to these, there are programs that provide services for specific groups, such as those who are fleeing domestic violence and those who identify as U.S. Armed Forces Veterans.

Source: 211LA

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