WACO, TEXAS: UnBound is a faith-based initiative that has recently selected the CaseWorthy™ Advanced Case Management database solution to help them in their mission to end Human Trafficking worldwide. CaseWorthy, Inc. will provide the Outcome-focused data platform so they can provide the evidence of impact for the following programs and services they offer:
Phase 1 Implementation:
- Comprehensive Advanced Case Management
- Prevention, Awareness & Education Training
- Stop Demand School Participant Surveys
- Juvenile Detention Center Outreach
- Volunteer Management
- Community and World-wide Service Provider Management
Phase 2 Implementation:
- Mercy House – Men’s Recovery Home
- Grace House – Women’s Recovery Home
- STARS Program – Book club and mentoring program for two local schools
“We’ve tried one software after another to try to find a solution that would help us grow with excellence and efficiency,” said Natalie Garnett, Assistant National Director of UnBound. “Now that we’ve found CaseWorthy, we are confident we’ll be able to provide better services, work more efficiently and track our outcomes, as we expand on a global level. We’ve already been impressed with CaseWorthy’s expertise, strategies, and dedication to helping us achieve our mission.”
ABOUT UnBound: www.unboundnow.org
UnBound activates local communities to fight human trafficking through Prevention, Professional Training, and Survivor Advocacy. When they learned of children being sold into sex trafficking in their own communities, they felt compelled to do their part to stop it. They asked: What if attorneys, IT specialists, teachers, moms, medical professionals—all spheres of society—worked together? Starting small, they realized that a lot of small adds up to something really big. Their core values are rooted in Jesus and the Church, Community Relationships, and Hope & Prayer.
UnBound is made up of individual chapters around the United States from Fort Worth to Houston to Orange County to Seattle and across the world from Greece to Mongolia working to combat slavery and ignite hope in the communities they serve.