Coordinated Entry

Are you experiencing homelessness and seeking shelter or housing? 

Ways to get help ↴

📞 Call 211

Dial 211, enter your 5-digit zip code, Press #1 for housing/shelter/rent assistance, press 1 if you are currently homeless or soon to be homeless or press 2 if you are housed and seeking rent assistance or foreclosure assistance.

💻 Enter your information online - Unite Us request form

Instructions: Please answer the questions below with your information and then click submit.

Instrucciones: Por favor conteste las preguntas debajo con su nombre (“Name”), segundo nombre, si tiene alguno, apellido (“Last Name”), fecha de nacimiento (“Date of birth”), número de teléfono (“Phone number”), su correo electronico (“Email address”).

📍 Visit in person

Lane County Shelter Finder

Is your housing at risk?

Do you have other housing related needs?


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When you reach out, you will be asked some questions to connect you with available resources. Housing is not immediately available, but this can connect you with resources that might help you find or stay in housing.

What is coordinated entry?

Coordinated Entry is the system and process that helps match different housing interventions with people facing a housing crisis. The resources you may be eligible for will depend on your situation. Here are some of the resources that you may be connected with:

  • Rent assistance: help paying rent that you owe
  • Problem solving: identify what options are available and connect to resources that can help you with your housing search
  • Eviction support: help to go through the eviction process and understand what your options are 
  • Renter support: help understanding the rules you and your landlord have to follow
  • Survival supplies: items that can help you live more safely on the street like a tent, sleeping bag, food, water
  • Shelter: information about available shelter options
  • Short or long term housing support: ongoing housing support if you're currently homeless