RACINE COUNTY, WI: United Way of Racine County has selected CaseWorthy™ as its Outcomes-focused, Advanced Case Management software database solution to provide evidence of social impact in Racine County. This partnership will benefit the overall community by consolidating all of United Way’s Education, Income, Health and Community Initiatives data into CaseWorthy™ – a collaborative, HIPAA compliant, single, secure and highly configurable database of record. This will enable United Way to have:
- A Community-wide Data Collaborative (CDC) repository for 45 funded partner agencies for their Education, Income, Health and other United Way Initiatives
- Stream-lined, real-time, community-wide data reporting available to all United Way of Racine County collaborative agencies/members
- 24/7, Self-Service, on-line Web-Portal for Volunteer Management
- 24/7, Self-Service, on-line Web-Portal for Grants Management
- Community-wide, on-line Calendars and Scheduling requirements for the Schools of Hope, Community Schools (LIFT), Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Imagination Library Programs and services via the on-line Web-Portal
- Collection of funded-agency client-level data, employing United Way of Racine County as a master database
United Way of Racine County: www.unitedwayracine.org
United Way of Racine County is working towards building an educated workforce by focusing on education, income, and health: the building blocks for a good life. Thanks to dedicated donors, United Way funds nearly 50 programs and special projects, and seven local United Way initiatives that are improving the lives of Racine County residents. Working together, United Way aims to create lasting, positive change in people’s lives.
CaseWorthy, Inc.: www.https://caseworthy.com
CaseWorthy™ is an Outcomes-focused, organization-wide, Advanced Case Management software solution for nonprofits, Health and Human/Social Services (HHS), foundations and government agencies that automates and simplifies the data management and funder compliance process so they can prove their evidence of social impact in the communities they serve.
United Way Great Rivers Conference:
Join CaseWorthy later this week at the upcoming 2017 United Way Great Rivers Conference in Green Bay, Wisconsin February 28th to March 3rd. At this regional conference, CaseWorthy will be joining their newest client, United Way of Racine County and over 300 other United Way professionals from 12 states to network, learn and engage.
CaseWorthy is looking forward to sharing our Outcomes-focused, Advanced Case Management database solution at the upcoming 2017 National Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness (NAEH) in Houston, TX, February 23rd and 24th. This national conference is a two-day event where nonprofit, Health and Human/Social Services (HHS) organizations, government agencies and community shelters from all points in North America come together to share ideas, processes, and information that will help end the cycles of homelessness that exist in our communities.
Many of CaseWorthy’s HMIS client-partners – some of the largest, most complex transformational campuses in the country – have found the CaseWorthy™ Advanced Case Management solution to be the most collaborative and comprehensive, mission-critical data system they have ever seen. Robust, scalable and highly customizable with flexible workflows and baseline, HUD Compliant Reporting (CoC APR, ESG CAPER, etc.), CaseWorthy™ provides the Outcomes-focused data HMIS organizations need to stay compliant and funded.
So, stop by our booth to learn much more and you might just win some awesome YETI™ gear!
To learn more about or sign up for the NAEH conference click here.
KANSAS CITY, MO: CaseWorthy, Inc., is excited to announce their new partnership with Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) as the Homelessness Management Information System (HMIS) that will enable Kansas City area agencies to securely share information and better coordinate the delivery of services.
As stated in MARC’s press release, “We are excited about the potential that the new HMIS system (CaseWorthy™) offers for our local agencies,” said Greg Porter, chair of the Greater Kansas City Coalition to End Homelessness (GKCCEH). “The new system will help our agencies coordinate intake for those seeking assistance, share information to ensure clients receive the services they need, and generate reports and track trends to help the community understand and respond to needs for stable housing.”
The new system will:
- Allow for easy tracking of clients to ensure that their needs are well defined
- Enable case managers to identify programs from which clients are eligible to receive services
- Allow for appropriate referrals and track delivery of services
- Allow agencies to use the system for their own case management, as well as interagency coordination
- Allow for completion of standardized forms and assessment tools to collect information
- Allow agencies and the community to design customized workflows such as coordinated intake and generate a variety of reports
To read the rest of the press release from MARC please click here.
Mid-America Regional Council: www.marc.org
MARC is a nonprofit association of city and county governments and the metropolitan planning organization for the bi-state Kansas City region. Governed by a Board of Directors made up of local elected officials, they serve nine counties and 119 cities. They provide a forum for the region to work together to advance social, economic and environmental progress. MARC serves as the HMIS Lead Agency for two Continuum of Care organizations serving three metro area counties.
About CaseWorthy, Inc.: www.https://caseworthy.com
CaseWorthy™ is an Outcomes-focused, organization-wide, Advanced Case Management database software solution for nonprofits and Health and Human/Social Services (HHS) agencies that automates and simplifies the data management and funder compliance process so agencies can prove their evidence of social impact in the communities they serve.
La Crosse, WI: CaseWorthy, Inc. is pleased to announce that Riverfront, Inc. selected CaseWorthy™ as their advanced case management software database solution. Riverfront addresses developmental, physical and emotional disabilities through several programs that include:
- Residential Programs
- Community Living
- Day Services
- Community Employment
- On Site (Prevocational)
Riverfront Inc.: www.riverfrontinc.org
In the early 1970s three friends in the La Crosse area had an idea. They worked for different organizations that provided services to support independent living for adults with disabilities. One worked at an employment facility; one worked at what is now called an Adult Family Home, and the third worked for an organization that provided social and leisure opportunities.
And though those three organizations were going strong, the friends recognized that even more people needed services, and there just weren’t enough opportunities. They decided it was time to do something about it and Riverfront began.
Every service that Riverfront provides is in support of their mission, to provide a continuum of innovative support for individuals with disabilities so they may live meaningful lives.