Coordinated Entry Reports


Please note: as of February, 2017 the Coordinated Entry reports will no longer be produced, and will be replaced with the new interactive CAN dashboard found here: cceh.org/interactive/can

Coordinated Entry Reports collect, organize, and illustrate the data of homeless service provider, such as average 211 call wait times, total number of calls to 211, appointment wait times, and the outcomes of those appointments. The data is broken up by Coordinated Access Region as well as compiled state-wide. 

Document explaining the meaning of the data points in the reports can be found here.

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All data in the reports are FOR the month indicated, and were compiled in the following month.

 StatewideCentralFairfieldGreater HartfordGreater New HavenMeriden / Middlesex / WallingfordNortheastSoutheastWaterbury / Litchfield
December, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
November, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
October, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
September, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
August, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
July, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
June, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
May, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
April, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
March, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
February, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
January, 2016ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
December, 2015ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
November, 2015ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
October, 2015ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
September, 2015ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
August, 2015ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
July, 2015ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
June, 2015ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport

CAN Comparison Charts


Using data from the previous set of reports, the CAN comparison charts look at the performance of all CANs side by side.

 

 20162017
DecemberReport
NovemberReport
OctoberReport
SeptemberReport
AugustReport
JulyReport
JuneReport
MayReport
April
March
February
January

Housing Inventory Reports


These reports reflect the amount of housing and related services available in terms of beds as a unit that are available by region. 

The official HUD Housing Inventory Charts for the State of Connecticut and the CoC’s that existed at the time. These are the reports generated by HUD with the inventory reported in the annual Continuum of Care funding process.

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StatewideReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-500 Danbury----Merged with BOSReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-501 New Haven-Merged with BOSReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-502 HartfordReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-503 Fairfield County (formerly Greater Bridgeport)ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-504 Middletown/Middlesex-----Merged with BOSReportReportReportReportReport
CT-505 Balance of State (BOS)ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-506 Greater NorwalkMerged with CT-503ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-507 Norwich/New London-----Merged with BOSReportReportReportReportReport
CT-508 Stamford/GreenwichMerged with CT-503ReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-509 New Britain----Merged with BOSReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-510 Bristol----Merged with BOSReportReportReportReportReportReport
CT-511 Litchfield--------Merged with BOSReportReport
CT-512 WaterburyMerged with BOSReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReportReport