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Programs that link people who are in need of a community care facility or other supportive housing placement with an appropriate provider.

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North Star Assertive Community Treatment, Mental Health Systems, IncProvides intensive and all-inclusive case management and outpatient/rehabilitation services with a supported housing component, for persons age 25-59 who have been or are homeless and have been frequently hospitalized due to their illness.North InlandNorth Star Assertive Community TreatmentMental Health Systems, Inc
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Alpha Project for the Homeless, Casa RaphaelAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CoastalOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentAlpha Project for the Homeless
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Catholic Charities, Rachel's Women's CenterAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCatholic Charities
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Community Catalysts of California, Central OfficeAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCommunity Catalysts of California
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Community Catalysts of California, Central Office (El Cajon Boulevard)Assessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCommunity Catalysts of California
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Community Catalysts of California, Chula Vista OfficeAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). SouthOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCommunity Catalysts of California
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Community Catalysts of California, El Cajon OfficeAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). EastOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCommunity Catalysts of California
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Community Catalysts of California, North Central OfficeAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCommunity Catalysts of California
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Community Catalysts of California, North Inland OfficeAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North InlandOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCommunity Catalysts of California
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Community Resource CenterAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CoastalOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCommunity Resource Center (CRC)
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Crisis House, IncAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentCrisis House, Inc
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Episcopal Community Services, Friend to Friend (F2F) ClubhouseAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentEpiscopal Community Services
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Father Joe's, Day CenterAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentFather Joe's Villages
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Father Joe's VillagesAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentFather Joe's Villages
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Interfaith Community ServicesAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CoastalOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentInterfaith Community Services
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Interfaith Community Services, Veterans Assistance of North CountyAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CoastalOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentInterfaith Community Services
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Police Department, City of OceansideAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CoastalOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentPolice Department, City of Oceanside
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Salvation Army, Sierra Del Mar Division (Headquarters), San Diego Centre City CorpsAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentSalvation Army, Sierra Del Mar Division (Headquarters)
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, San Diego Youth Services, TAY AcademyAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CoastalOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentSan Diego Youth Services
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, South Bay Community ServicesAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). SouthOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment COPYSouth Bay Community Services
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, United States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System, VA Medical Center, Homeless Outreach ClinicAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, United States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System, VA Oceanside Clinic, Homeless Outreach ClinicAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CoastalOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System
Opening Doors: VI-SPDAT Assessment, Veterans Village of San DiegoAssessment site for the Opening Doors Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement (CAHP) system administering the Vulnerability Index and Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT). The VI-SPDAT is an evidence based assessment tool that is used to determine the most appropriate housing intervention and enables providers to fairly and uniformly provide resources to those in need based on: 1. Level of need 2. Score on the assessment 3. Available housing resources What happens after the assessment? After completing a VI-SPDAT, an individual or family may be assigned to a Housing Navigator based on scores, priorities, and room on staff caseload. In order for homeless residents of the County to participate, they must complete a Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Tool (VI-SPDAT). North CentralOpening Doors: VI-SPDAT AssessmentVeterans Village of San Diego
Outreach Team, Alpha Project for the HomelessProvides daily outreach to homeless individuals throughout San Diego County including: Downtown, North Park, Uptown, City Heights, Hillcrest, National City and surrounding areas. The Outreach team is trained in crisis response and de-escalation. Also provides referrals to a variety of services including transportation and housing. Primarily focuses on placement for chronically homeless seniors, individuals with chronic and/or terminal illness, individuals with HIV/AIDS. **IMPORTANT NOTE** Does NOT provide direct Transportation assistance to public.CentralOutreach TeamAlpha Project for the Homeless

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