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We offer human services software to help agencies make a difference.
Most software for social services agencies is focused on only one thing: capturing state-required data. At Northwoods, our human services software solutions are designed for the directors and caseworkers who use the data, not for the data itself. By giving caseworkers agency-wide immediate access to case and client information how, when and where they need it, we’re changing the way caseworkers at state and county health and human service agencies work.
Northwoods Compass® software helps state and county human services agencies increase client service levels and productivity while cutting costs — allowing them to do more with less.
Northwoods specializes in human services software solutions and technology for Child Protective Services, Child Support and Public Assistance programs at state and county human services agencies.
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Northwoods Compass® software solutions decrease the paperwork burden on caseworkers and social workers and increase agency-wide productivity so caseworkers can focus on the families they serve.
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