Learn more about Northwoods and technology in human services through our press releases and media articles featuring Northwoods and our customers.
Thursday, November 5, 2015 [Press Releases]
A mobile software application is helping Clark County Family and Children Services social workers spend more time working with children and families, according to a new case study released today by Northwoods.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015 [Press Releases]
Carver County Community Social Services (CCCSS) invested in new technology to help children and families receiving services from social workers who have to manage overwhelming paperwork requirements. CCCSS is replacing its cumbersome paper-based processes with a mobile electronic document management software solution to help social workers complete required paperwork efficiently, close cases more quickly, and reduce paperwork-related stress on workers.
Friday, October 2, 2015 [In the News]
The Robeson County Department of Social Services will roll out a program that uses new technology to enable child welfare and adult services workers to spend more time with their clients and less time doing paperwork at the office.
Read more on The Robesonian
Thursday, August 20, 2015 [In the News]
Most large IT projects fail because of one preventable issue: poor user adoption. By following two key tenets of a coach model approach to training, human services staff can ensure user acceptance, and ultimately, better service delivery.
Read more in APHSA's Policy & Practice
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 [In the News]
An app introduced last September for Crow Wing County Community Services social workers is improving communication with the families they serve, according to a new study released by Northwoods, the app developer.
Read more on Brainerd Dispatch
Monday, July 13, 2015 [Press Releases]
A mobile app is helping Crow Wing County Community Services social workers improve interaction with families, according to a new case study released today by Northwoods.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 [Press Releases]
Six Ohio counties are using state Efficiency and Innovation Fund grants to equip social workers with new mobile technology so they can focus their time on child safety, rather than paperwork.
Thursday, May 28, 2015 [Press Releases]
Douglas County Department of Human Services (DHS) in Colorado is eliminating paper files by partnering with Northwoods to implement an electronic document management software solution and new business processes. The solution will help the agency manage increasing caseloads and better serve families.
Friday, May 15, 2015 [In the News]
Align your core business competencies with social causes. This is a natural way to bring solutions to social issues. An excellent example is Northwoods, which provides technology to help state and county human services agencies be more productive.
Read More on Innovate New Albany
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 [Press Releases]
Brunswick County Department of Social Services (DSS) in North Carolina is replacing its cumbersome paper-based processes with an electronic document management and appointment management software solution to boost efficiency and service to clients.