Are you a single homeless adult (18 and over) with no children in your household? Do you need a safe place to sleep, shelter, or help with basic needs? Your first step to receiving services from Boulder County or the cities of Boulder or Longmont is to go to your nearest Coordinated Entry (CE) site. This is a required step for anyone seeking homeless-related services.
What happens at Coordinated Entry? You will meet with a staff person and go through a short screening. Based on the screening information, you will be referred to the most appropriate services given your needs. CE staff are available in both Boulder and Longmont. Services available include shelter, help identifying housing options, basic-needs services, help connecting with benefits, and more.
Coordinated Entry Client screening services will be available in Boulder seven days a week at 2691 30th St, near the corner of 30th and Valmont. The hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. every day except Tuesday when the hours are noon-4 p.m. This location is accessible by the BOUND and 208/F bus routes. Coordinated Entry will not be available on major holidays.
If you need help after hours, or on days when Coordinated Entry is not available (see schedules below) you may seek help at an existing homeless service provider in Boulder or Longmont, or get information on available services by calling 2-1-1. You will be screened for additional services the next day CE is available. 2-1-1 is a FREE number all can access when they need help with anything from childcare, to basic needs and much more.