In today’s world, data is a crucial part of any organization’s success, and nonprofit organizations are no exception. With the help of data management systems and case management systems, nonprofit organizations can gain valuable insights into their programs and operations, which can help them make better decisions and ultimately achieve their mission and goals. This is particularly important for organizations working to support youth mental health, as 1 in 6 US youth aged 6-17 experience challenges to their mental health each year and half of all mental health conditions experienced by adults began by age 14. To address this critical issue, we invite you to join us for an upcoming Fireside Chat on ECM and Mental Health Services with Communities In Schools Dallas.
Corinne Weaver, Chief Research, Data, & Analytics Officer at Communities In Schools Dallas (CIS D), and Greg Rideout, ECM Business Development Manager, will lead the conversation and offer attendees a unique opportunity to learn about CIS D’s innovative approach to serving at-risk students in public schools.
During this engaging and informative chat, attendees will gain insights into how trained site coordinators collaborate with school personnel to identify and serve at-risk students, how CIS D’s clinical program provides brief individualized or group therapy services to students on campus, and the impact of Exponent Case Management on traditional youth development and clinical programs. According to Weaver, CIS D’s new system has significantly enhanced their operations.
“The ability to link the information about multiple students served into related households is a game-changer,” she stated in a recent interview. “With the new system in place, it’s no longer difficult to coordinate and communicate between these locations, which has significantly improved our operations.”
In addition to gaining valuable insights about how Exponent Case Management has refined their data processes, attendees will learn about the return on investment (ROI) of case management and information systems in the nonprofit sector, as well as how nonprofits can use technology to drive social impact, achieve their mission, and goals.
This conversation offers an opportunity to hear from nonprofit leaders who have successfully leveraged case management and information systems to achieve their mission and goals. The discussion will be followed by an interactive Q&A session where attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with the panelists.
This event is perfect for nonprofit leaders, IT professionals, program managers, and anyone interested in learning more about how nonprofits can use technology to drive social good, maximize their impact, improve outcomes, and increase efficiencies. Don’t miss this engaging conversation on transforming education, promoting student success, and achieving social impact! Register now to secure your spot for this Fireside Chat on April 11th at 10:00am.