This time of year, we should take the time to reflect on what is important to each of us. That reflection normally includes personal relationships and professional goals. I would like to focus publicly on the professional goals and job satisfaction.
For most of us, the need to work is a given. What we make of it and how we spend a significant amount of our lives is key to our overall happiness. The ability to make a living and provide services that help others is a rare combination. Here at CaseWorthy, we are fortunate to have this unique combination of needs being fulfilled.
Our clients have a rare combination of highly capable business acumen as well as a passion to help their fellow man. These personality traits drive them each and every day to be the best they can be. They work hard every day to make a difference in this world. I know everyone that works for CaseWorthy understands this passion. This drives us to offer better products and services than expected in our industry.
This satisfaction embodies my daily activities. When days are challenging, I always reflect on our purpose at CaseWorthy and everything else seems to make more sense. I want to take the time to thank everyone involved, from our clients to my staff, for making a positive impact for the less fortunate.
May you have a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!
As part of the CaseWorthy webinar series, we were pleased to host a customer’s perspective featuring Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness (LCCEH) Executive Director, Jennifer Koppel. She presents a very insightful perspective full of quantifiable data on how CaseWorthy’s case management software has helped the LCCEH community come together and help those they serve. Koppel stated,
“When we talked to CaseWorthy, one thing we really liked was the flexibility of it. We really wanted to have a centralized intake. We have one for our homelessness world but we wanted a centralized intake across the county for the social services organizations that were providing any type of service…from food pantry to community meals to case management for families and kids or dads in prison, really any social service organizations. We didn’t want clients to have tell their story every single time they walked in the door…because that is really frustrating. So we really wanted to improve the quality of the experience of coming into our system and CaseWorthy helped us do that!”
Watch the full customer-led community-wide solution webinar here.
We want to thank Jennifer Koppel, Executive Director and Jason Harnish, Program Coordinator of LCCEH for sharing their community-wide solution with all of us!
CaseWorthy, Inc. welcomes Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness to our weekly webinar series. LCCEH is the only community in the nation to successfully embed homelessness services within healthcare through a partnership with Lancaster General Health – Penn Medicine, recognizing the connection between health, homelessness, and housing. Jen has been leading the effort with CaseWorthy, Inc., to create a single software solution for social service nonprofits in Lancaster County. She will be leading this interactive webinar this week.
LCCEH is a 160+ partner grassroots coalition. The partners are comprised of social service providers, government, elected and public officials, healthcare providers, faith-based providers, emergency personnel, businesses, community volunteers and school districts. LCCEH was founded in 2009 and has been recognized by President Obama’s administration for its efforts regarding Veteran homelessness through Mrs. Obama’s Joining Forces campaign. LCCEH has also been recognized by the White House for its efforts regarding Chronic Homelessness. Lancaster County serves over 2200 individuals in a given year including over 700 children. Over the last 8 years, LCCEH has realized a 47% reduction in the number of people experiencing homeless on a given day (Point In Time Count) and has been able to realize major system transformations that are serving individuals and families quickly, making homelessness “rare, brief and non-recurring”. LCCEH is a founding partner in Lancaster County’s efforts to create a single, shared software package for all social service non-profits in Lancaster County.
Join us this Wednesday, December 7th at 12pm EST, for a unique opportunity to listen and ask questions of someone who has had great success in implementing this community-wide solution at CaseWorthy’s Customer Webinar featuring Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness.
Click here to Register! December 7, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST