Gregory House Programs recently announced the selection of CaseWorthy, Inc. as their comprehensive, Advanced Case Management database solution provider. Gregory House Programs addresses it’s mission through a continuum of housing and homelessness prevention and support services that include:
- Two transitional housing programs
- Short-term housing assistance
- Four rental assistance programs
- Case management
- Food and nutrition program that includes supplemental groceries and hot lunches
Jonathon Berliner, Executive Director at Gregory House Programs (Hawaii’s Statewide HIV/AIDS Housing), stated “preliminary discussions…about our project allowed us to feel an immediate and significant comfort level with [the] CaseWorthy team. There is a tremendous amount of professionalism, and personalized, timely response working with the CaseWorthy team addressing all of our questions resulting in a feeling that ‘we are in good hands’ and allowing us to move quickly through contracting and now planning our project. I have been extremely impressed with CaseWorthy and their responsiveness to all our needs with our specialized project.”
Earlier this year, Gregory House Programs was selected as one of five agencies across the country to be a project site in Addressing HIV/AIDS services Care and Housing Coordination through RAND’s Data Integration project. Read the press release here.
Gregory House Programs is the largest HOPWA-funded provider of housing services in the state of Hawaii, servicing 75% to 80% of the HOPWA clients in the state. The agency’s mission is to provide housing assistance and support services to persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Gregory House Programs also provides case management services to Ryan White eligible individuals.
CaseWorthy, Inc., provides CaseWorthy™, an outcomes-focused, organization-wide, Advanced Case Management 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.