Real-time tracking puts the most current data right there in front of you. Get accurate numbers faster and a more comprehensive view of how many people need your help. In addition to baseline compliance reporting, you can also completely customize any report to meet your needs.
Helping Rebuild Communities and Lives
Recovering after a colossal disaster is a long road for the thousands whose lives are disrupted. Just getting to the right place to apply for assistance can be a challenge.
What if these people didn’t have to go to your nearest location during regular business hours to start the application process? Imagine a secure online environment where someone who needs help can fill out an application, upload required documents, and even conduct follow ups, without going to your center in person.
Through the CaseWorthy web portal, impacted citizens can conveniently apply for assistance anytime, whether by phone, tablet, or even a computer at the public library. No travel or waiting in long lines required.
Once an online application is completed, the approval process begins immediately. Applicants can see the services and assistance they’re eligible for right away. Case workers can securely access this real-time data from their dashboards to determine program eligibility, process service requests and approvals, and award funds for housing, food, gift cards, and other services.
All documentation lives in one place and funds are distributed through the CaseWorthy application. CaseWorthy also works with external databases for better data sharing and collaboration between organizations across your community.
Who We Serve
We partner with government agencies, human services, and disaster recovery organizations seeking to cut back on inefficient paperwork, streamline data collection, meet compliance requirements, and ultimately, reach more people who need help after a major disaster.
“Recovery from disasters is a marathon, not a sprint. While national attention fades, the impacted communities must sustain their momentum to recover without fanfare… Recovery is a long road.”¹