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Public Health Social Workers Speak Out

Posted by GVT Admin on May 14, 2019 3:31:29 PM

Our recent blog on the true cost of healthcare ignited a robust response from social workers who specialize in public health. This relatively new but growing social work specialty stresses a socio-epidemiological approach to the prevention and management of the chronic diseases that plague our society.

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Topics: human services, social services, social workers, public health, healthcare, cost of healthcare, healthcare issues

How Human Services Software Improved Care for Residential Youth in St. Louis

Posted by Dave Becker on Apr 10, 2019 3:31:53 PM

I have seen first hand how having the right human services software can really make a difference in kids’ lives. How kids that are in the system, for whatever reason, can get better treatment, better understanding and a chance to just be kids.

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Topics: Child Welfare, Case Studies, FAMCare Tips and Tools, How Clients Use FAMCare, HIPAA Compliant, peer group, human services, case load, human kindness, human services software, behavior problems, residential facility

How Human Services Software Help Faith-Based Ministries

Posted by GVT Admin on Feb 12, 2019 4:09:59 PM

Helping people through the physical and mental issues they’re dealing with is often just a part of the healing process. For many, spirituality is a core value of their life, and therefore an integral part of the therapeutic process.

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Topics: case management software, nonprofit mission, nonprofit, human services, social services, social workers, human services software, faith-based ministries, spiritual

Spending Too Much Time on Paperwork? Find a Human Services Software Solution

Posted by GVT Admin on Feb 1, 2019 11:51:11 AM

When it comes to your clients and your fellow caseworkers, nothing is more important than meeting face-to-face. The more time spent directly with your client, the more likely you are to achieve the individual case goals and fulfill the mission focus. On paper it seems simple and obvious, yet paper is exactly what continues getting in the way. That’s where having the right human services software comes in.

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Topics: case management workflow, case management software, caseworkers, human services, social workers, human services software

Adopted! It's a Beginning, Not an End.

Posted by GVT Admin on Jan 30, 2019 4:03:47 PM

"Getting adopted is like finally being able to sit down after standing up for a painfully long time." — Sam, age 9, in foster care - Social Work Today

This touching testimony from a little boy finally emerging from the foster care system opened our eyes to the ongoing trauma children in state custody experience. 

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Topics: Adoption, caseworkers, human services, social workers

How Social Services Software Can Help Caseworkers Better Understand Family Situations

Posted by Mandy Frary on Dec 21, 2018 11:11:15 AM

For those working in child services, an understanding of family situations is vital in being able to

help improve child welfare. Fortunately for those agencies, utilizing the right social services

software can help streamline processes and effectively “humanize” the various situations.

 

The goal is to always be improving child welfare through various services, responses and

interventions, and with the right social services software on your side, the tasks can become

easier to track and perhaps even more simple.

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Topics: Child Welfare, Foster Care, human services, social services software, social workers

The Invisible Hungry Children

Posted by GVT Admin on Dec 14, 2018 1:55:21 PM

In the beautiful red rock canyon setting of Sedona, Arizona, Caroline Diehl works tirelessly in a cold shed every morning before sunrise filling backpacks with food staples to distribute to hungry local school children.

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Topics: human services, social services, social workers, homeless students, public health, human kindness, hunger in America, hungry children, Caroline Diehl, backpack program

Diets Don’t Work,  Social Workers Do

Posted by GVT Admin on Nov 27, 2018 3:19:12 PM

During a recent discussion with social workers engaged in public health, obesity was identified as the major chronic health problem facing the United States.

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Topics: human services, food system, social services, social workers, public health, obesity

Puerto Rico, One Year Later - What Social Workers See

Posted by GVT Admin on Nov 6, 2018 4:40:25 PM

After hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, social workers and service providers naturally focused on the immediate needs of their clients. They provided food, childcare, safety and support, among other services. However, a year has passed and the critical needs of these people, helpless in the face of mother nature’s awesome power, continue to evolve rather than abate.

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Topics: human services, social services, social workers, Puerto Rico, hurricane Maria, hurricane relief

What is SBNR & How Does it Challenge Social Workers?

Posted by GVT Admin on Oct 24, 2018 11:17:05 AM

The Pew Research Center has found that 20% of the U.S. public—and 34% of adults under 30—are religiously unaffiliated. These are the highest percentages ever recorded. 34% of those considered younger Millennials (born 1990–1994) reported no religious affiliation, compared to Generation Xers (born 1965–1980), with 21% reporting to be religiously unaffiliated.  

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Topics: mental health, human services, SBNR, social services, spiritual but not religious, understanding clients, social workers

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