Two Native American Tribes have selected Handel Information Technologies’ software, RiteTrack, to manage child protective services (CPS), Indian child welfare (ICW) and enrollment for its respective departments.
The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe’s Anishnaabeg Child and Family Services Department’s system will focus on CPS and ICW while the Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi-Yokut Tribe’s has enlisted RiteTrack’s Enrollment Module to manage its members.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe’s Anishnaabeg Child and Family Services Department
The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe’s Anishnaabeg Child and Family Services Department has continued with its project to implement a software system to manage its CPS with special focus on ICW.
One of the main pieces of functionality of the Tribe’s system is the capability to track and manage CPS case and client demographics in one central database. This aspect will provide the Tribe with updated and consistent information that is quickly and easily accessible. Prior to partnering with Handel to implement a software solution, the Tribe used a paper system to administer services.
The department strives to promote the safety and well-being of tribal children, youth, elders, vulnerable adults and their families with services that are competent; that embrace the highest of ethical principles; and that strengthen and support families.
The Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi-Yokut Tribe
The Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi-Yokut Tribe has chosen the RiteTrack Enrollment Module to manage its tribal enrollment process and members’ demographic information. The enrollment solution stores needed demographic information for each individual member and organizations that the Tribe has communication with.
This documentation will be stored in a central database with strict security measures that is quickly and easily accessed through any Web browser or a desktop application for users. With functionality not limited to member, family and enrollment management including production of tribal ID cards and statistical reports.
Handel provides cutting-edge solutions to tribal, nonprofit, and government social service agencies using highly advanced technology and relational databases. It provides software and services to clients in almost 30 states. Clients include American Indian tribes, non-profit organizations, and city, county, state and federal government bodies.