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How to Choose the Right Case Management Software for Your Nonprofit

Posted by GVT Admin on May 17, 2019 6:56:00 AM

Your nonprofit organization has been growing and helping more people on a regular basis. You have good case workers who care about their clients and making a difference. Have you reached the point where investing in the right case management software could propel your organization to a new level, while making your case workers more effective at their jobs? Here are some tips to see if you’re ready to take that next step.

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Topics: Nonprofit General, case management software, nonprofit software solutions, nonprofit, caseworkers, case load, social services, case worker supervision, better decisions

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

Case Manager Stress Relief For Social Worker Performance Anxiety

Posted by GVT Admin on Apr 24, 2019 9:36:08 AM

Performance anxiety can often add to the high stress experienced by social work case managers. After all, social worker performance isn’t about how many widgets you make or how much profit you brought to the bottom line. It’s about helping real people deal with real life problems. If your performance is lacking, it could mess up someone’s life or even end it. That's the mindset that leads to social worker performance anxiety.

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Topics: case management software, case worker stress relief, caseworkers, prevent burnout, case load, social services, social workers, case worker supervision, case manager stress relief

Thoughts on the Family First Prevention Services Act

Posted by GVT Admin on Apr 3, 2019 11:44:54 AM

About a year ago, President Trump signed the Family First Prevention Service Act into law. Social workers engaged in child and family care praised the legislation as the first “prevention” measure to help keep children safely with their families and avoid the traumatic experience of entering foster care. The act emphasized the importance of children growing up in families and helps ensure children are placed in the least restrictive, most family-like setting appropriate to their special needs when foster care is needed.

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Topics: Child Welfare, Foster Care, Government, caseworkers, social services, social workers, federal funding

How the Right Social Services Software Adds Protection in Child Welfare Cases

Posted by Mandy Frary on Mar 14, 2019 7:15:00 AM

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.

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Topics: Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, sexual harrassment, caseworkers, social services software, social services, social workers, human services software

Libraries Ready to Code

Posted by GVT Admin on Mar 12, 2019 11:48:26 AM

Our recent blog post on the repurposing of libraries in the United States inspired a robust response from social workers involved in education. Lisa Gevelber, Vice President of Grow with Google, wrote this:

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Topics: nonprofit, social services, social workers, American library

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

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

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, what social workers do

Homeless Students and Case Workers Face Mission Impossible

Posted by GVT Admin on Nov 2, 2018 10:41:04 AM

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.

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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

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