Coordinated Intake (CI) is a collaborative process that provides families with a single point of entry for home visiting programs within a community.
Trained Coordinated Intake workers serve as a hub for home visiting, assessing families’ needs, referring them to an appropriate home visiting program, and tracking what happens to the referrals.
The Governor’s Office of Early Childhood Development is seeking communities interested in developing their own early childhood/home visiting coordinated intake system. To learn more, contact Bryce Marable.
Lessons Learned and Best Practice Guides
Illinois’ MIECHV Program has been invested in coordinated intake and community systems building since the inception of MIECHV. See below for full reports on lessons learned from MIECHV Coordinated Intake and Community Systems Development in Illinois:
MIECHV Coordinated Intake Assessment Tool (CIAT)
Coordinated Intake Assessment Tool (CIAT) This is the intake tool that all Illinois MIECHV communities must use when recruiting participants. Non-MIECHV programs are permitted to use it as well.