The Michigan-based Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBP) wanted to enhance their family support, juvenile justice, and adult protection programs to better serve their community.
The NHBP saw an opportunity to streamline operations, have secure and intuitive access to client information and staff workloads, and minimize data entry and paper-based processes so social workers could focus on supporting families and protecting those at-risk.
Leading the way
RedMane helped the NHBP implement mCase, the modern and mobile case management system, to achieve these goals. With RedMane’s mCase, caseworkers efficiently perform intakes and assessments, effortlessly manage ongoing cases, and immediately get access to information via dashboards and reports.
As mCase is accessible from desktops, phones, and tablets, staff are as productive at a client’s home or school as they are in the office. Because it’s cloud-based, the NHBP knows its data is backed-up, secured to industry standards, and readily available.
The NHBP are leading the way with using technology to improve outcomes and help everyone in their community meet their full potential. They join a growing list of indigenous groups throughout North America using mCase.