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Adult services workers at Yolo County HHSA use Traverse to complete forms, access recipient and provider data during visits, and coordinate services to keep clients safely in their homes.
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With Case Aide Services, Jackson County Job & Family Services is supporting workers, promoting psychological safety, reducing burnout, and ensuring retention.
Scott County Health & Human Services workers are using Traverse Connect to collect electronic signatures from clients and exchange case information with providers.
Wilson County Department of Social Services has increased productivity with Traverse. Child welfare and adult services workers can provide quality services from anywhere.
Child support staff at Cleveland County Department of Social Services are boosting productivity at the agency and in court with digital forms and documents in Traverse.
Traverse is helping Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) child welfare workers collect and access case information to make key decisions about child safety.
Northwoods' secure application for managing forms and paperwork is helping workers at Carver County Health & Human Services save time and focus on serving the community.
Traverse helps adult services staff at Dare County Health & Human Services refine processes, complete work in the moment, and easily onboard new workers.
Northwoods helps Pennsylvania’s Erie County Office of Children and Youth digitize case files, enabling remote caseworkers to serve vulnerable children and families. Northwoods, an AWS Partner Network (APN) Public Sector Partner, helped Erie County implement Traverse, its AWS-based solution that provides access to case files from anywhere.
Child welfare caseworkers at Mesa County Department of Human Services use Northwoods’ software Traverse to focus on families, reduce trauma, and achieve permanency.
How a permanency caseworker uses Northwoods’ software Traverse to put families first, establish trusting relationships, and quickly find information to support decisions.
How an assessment caseworker uses Northwoods' software Traverse to complete digital forms with families, streamline services faster, and improve her quality of work.
How a child welfare director says technology supports caseworkers and empowers them to make a difference and assist families in being healthy, safe, and self-sufficient.
Traverse helps Houston County Department of Human Services social workers spend more quality time with families and connect them to services faster.
How a child protection social worker uses Northwoods’ software Traverse to spend more time on high-value work such as meeting with families and making referrals faster.
How a child protection social worker uses Northwoods’ software Traverse to spend more quality time with families while keeping up with all the demands of her job.
How an adult and disabilities services lead uses Northwoods’ software Traverse to view and share case information in real time in the office or with clients.
How an adult and disabilities services worker uses Northwoods’ software Traverse to prioritize meeting with clients, completing assessments, and streamlining services.
How a foster care licenser spends more time developing relationships with foster families by using Northwoods’ software Traverse.
How a children’s mental health worker uses Northwoods’ software Traverse from anywhere to view and share relevant case information with other social workers and providers.
How a new ongoing caseworker uses Northwoods’ software Traverse to quickly understand each case and family while mastering social work policies and best practices.