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New Healing Hands Explores Coordinated Entry Systems for Patients Experiencing Homelessness

The variety of organizations and agencies providing homeless services can be complex and confusing for people trying to navigate local resources. The Council’s latest CME-accredited issue of Healing Hands focuses on how communities are implementing Coordinated Entry Systems (CESs) to help clients access necessary services through a single entry point and more efficiently coordinate assistance for people without homes

Learn how Health Care for the Homeless organizations across the country customize CESs, assess vulnerability, respond to challenges, and implement best practices to improve how they serve vulnerable populations and people experiencing homelessness in their communities.

Read the full issue, or view our Healing Hands archive.

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