Did you know over 37 million people are currently living with HIV? During HIV/AIDS Awareness Month, consider how you can get involved to help make the world HIV/AIDS free. HIV/AIDS […]
Health and human service organizations are critical to caring for vulnerable peoples in our communities. Their purpose is to enhance the well-being of those they serve, utilizing social determinants of health to make lasting impact.
Did you know over six million men are affected by depression each year? Despite high levels of mental health challenges, men are less likely to utilize social services and get help. Check out more on how we can better address men and mental health.
Data has never been more critical to the success of health and human services. It is also precious, and should be meeting the highest data security standards available. How can you know if your data privacy is up-to-par? Consider our five signs of strong data security.
October is National LGBT History Month. History is full of queer activists who have put their lives on the line to help make the future equal and fair for all. Consider these four LGBT trailblazers whose work has directly influenced the way health and human service organizations practice social work.
Every day in the United States, thousands of children are abused or neglected. They are one of the most vulnerable populations–and as such, require specialized care and support. Case management is an essential tool in helping address the needs of child welfare.
How do you know your system administration service is up-to-par? It requires taking a look at how the service functions on a micro and macro level. Consider our five essential keys to a successful system administration service.
Knowing the state of mental health among unhoused individuals is the first step in better advocating for change. Consider how mental health plays a role in issues surrounding homelessness, and how your organization can begin to work towards eradicating adverse mental health in your communities.
Care coordination plans are the future of healthcare. By utilizing strategies that bring community resources together, health and human service providers can offer better, more comprehensive services that save costs while improving patient outcomes.
Health and human services are complex. They require case management systems that not only do the job but do it well. How can you be sure that your case management is at the standard you need? Consider these four elements: client intake and assessment, design tools, referral management, and reporting.
Reporting is an essential tool for non-profit and social service organizations. How do you know you are getting the most out of your reporting? Knowing what you need—as well as what is possible—is the first step in maximizing reporting potential.
For over 30 years, Ryan White programs have led the nation in HIV care. Today, nearly half of all HIV-positive individuals in the US rely on Ryan White for their health needs. Organizations providing this care are comprehensive in their approach and focus on helping low-income communities.
How (and why) do social services differ for children? The better we can understand the unique needs of children and youth, the better we can help. Improving social service effectiveness for children is not only valuable; it can be life-changing.
Is your organization properly addressing minority mental health? Understanding the unique needs of minorities is imperative to lasting community change. By finding strength in communities, health and human service groups can better serve individuals and families.
July is Social Wellness Month, and central to health and wellness is a sense of community. How can health and human service organizations better foster this belongingness? It starts with care coordination that is focused on bringing services together.
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