OH-505 CoC Coordinated Entry Assessment at the St. Vincent de Paul Gateway Shelters
Request for Qualifications (RFQ)
for services to begin January 1, 2023
The Montgomery County Homeless Solutions Policy Board on behalf of the Dayton-Kettering-Montgomery County Continuum of Care (OH-505 CoC) is accepting responses to a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a Coordinated Entry Assessment provider in the St. Vincent de Paul Gateway Shelters for Women and Families and Single Men in Dayton, Ohio. The Coordinated Entry Assessment services are to begin effective January 1, 2023.
Responses must be submitted online via e-CImpact
Once in e-CImpact, you must click the link to Participate in an Open RFP
Currently funded programs already have an agency profile in e-CImpact.
Agencies not already in e-CImpact can learn how to register their organization by clicking HERE
The deadline for submission of completed applications is 5:00 p.m. on November 29, 2022.
No late proposals will be accepted or considered.
Coordinated Entry System Overview & Project Requirements
Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Questions
Housing Needs Assessment Intake
Housing Needs Assessment Comprehensive
CoC Priority Order
To submit questions, write to firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be no direct replies to emails. Answers will appear be posted online
ICF Coordinated Entry Evaluation Recommendations
A Coordinated Entry Implementation Team was developed to oversee the recommendations for improvements to the local coordinated entry system made by ICF. The Implementation Team is responsible for ensuring: accountability and transparency, community engagement, sustained momentum and commitment; as well as supporting implementation of action items to allow for quick detection and response to challenges that arise.
Coordinated Entry Implementation Team
Implementation Team Summary