A new resource guide is available that helps to keep our teens and youth safe. If you'd like to grab a copy - you can get it here: https://www.staysafe.org/teens/
A resource for finding Federal grants to fund youth programs has been shared with our team. You can find information on the http://youth.gov website.
How we care for the most vulnerable among us is one of the great challenges of our time. As Mahatma Ghandi once said, “A nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members.” And social workers are hard-pressed to find one group in more dire need of urgent attention than children at risk of neglect or abuse.
In recent years, funders are demanding that social service organizations analyze their program activities and outputs in a more meaningful way. For agencies to just say they are “doing good” is no longer enough. Organizations now need to justify costs by demonstrating program value. They must be able to justify their programs and funding by illustrating the quality of their services and show that their programs are producing meaningful outcomes that are aligned with larger policy priorities.
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.
In recent years, homelessness in New York City has reached the highest levels since the Great Depression of the 1930s. In August 2018, there were 62,166 homeless people, including 15,189 homeless families with 22,511 homeless children, sleeping each night in the New York City municipal shelter system. The number of homeless New Yorkers sleeping each night in municipal shelters is now 79% higher than it was ten years ago, and families make up three-quarters of the homeless shelter population.
Topics: Global Vision Technologies, Homeless & Food Pantry, education, case worker stress relief, caseworkers, social services software, social services, understanding clients, social workers, homeless students, New York City
A caseworker’s job consists of many facets: assessing client needs, home visits, evaluations, reporting, listening to concerns, problem solving, providing referrals and the list goes on. While wanting to collaborate with coworkers and the community on projects is always the goal, the ability to do so can often be hindered by a caseworker’s workload. Fortunately, with the right case management software in place, increased collaboration can be possible.
With over 100,000 adoptable children in the United States, helping improve the adoption process with the right social services software is something we are passionate about. The length of the adoption process can vary by state but having the right software in place can help improve the process for all parties involved.