A Coordinated Entry System (CES) is a process to ensure that people with pets who are experiencing a resource or housing crisis are quickly identified, assessed, referred, and connected to available resources.
The Humane Society of Utah uses a Coordinated Entry System (CES) to save more lives. The Coordinated Entry System was developed through models in animal welfare known as managed admissions programs and through the body of work of human services agencies to help people facing a housing crisis. In launching our CES, we will work to streamline and connect our community with holistic resources to better serve their individual needs. CES streamlines the process of finding resources and housing for animals facing homelessness with the goal of housing the most vulnerable animals first and helping families keep their pets whenever possible.