Handel’s Vice President to Facilitate Workshops at NICWA’s 36th Annual Conference

Handel’s Vice President of Sales was selected to speak at the National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) 36th Annual Protecting Our Children National American Indian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. This marks the fifth time Casey Bader was chosen to facilitate workshops at NICWA’s annual conference.

His session, “Stop! Hey, What’s that Sound? Everybody Look What’s Going Down,” will examine how to effectively share information about tribal social service programs. Many Tribes have invested in programs to improve services and outcomes, and during this session attendees will see how to get that message out to clients and members after the internal work has been completed. He will highlight principles of marketing and how to apply those principles to Indian Child Welfare, Protective Services, and Foster Care Programs.

Casey Bader has presented at numerous conferences previously including:

  • 2017, 2015, 2014, and 2013 NICWA’s National American Indian Conferences on Child Abuse and Neglect
  • 2017 and 2016 National Indian and Native American Employment and Training Conference (NINAETC)
  • 2017 WIOA Employment and Training Conference
  • 2015 National Tribal Child Support Association Conference
  • 2013 and 2012 United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Annual Meetings
  • 2013 and 2012 TribalNet Conferences
  • 2013 Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) Convention

Casey has over 15 years of experience identifying barriers to evaluating and implementing complex software solutions for social service organizations. Past conference workshop topics have included engaging membership through technology, the White Earth Nation WE CARE service delivery model, and best practices for enterprise-wide software implementations.

Looking for a speaker on topics of Tribes and technology? Casey is available to present at conferences or trainings on a wide variety of topics including program and data integration, enterprise-wide software implementations, systems-of-care, case management models, social services marketing, and digital security and compliance, among others.

RiteTrack

RiteTrack for Tribal Treatment and Wellness Programs

You can view a recording of our webinar that examined how RiteTrack is used for Tribal Treatment and Wellness Programs here.

The Treatment Services module is used by counseling, substance abuse, mental health, and similar tribal programs. During this recording you can see the functionality available for treatment and recovery support services.

This module was built with direction from recognized mental health best practices and offers a wealth of standard functionality. Handel also allows for extensive configuration options to ensure the system reflects the Tribe’s cultural values for mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Functionality illustrated in the recording includes:

These modules can be paired with other RiteTrack modules to incorporate the directives of Tribal Healing to Wellness Programs.

Software for Tribal Court Webcast Encore

If you were unable to attend the recent webinar on how RiteTrack is used in Tribal Courts, you can view a recording here.

During this webcast Casey discusses how RiteTrack manages

  • Case Tracking
    • Civil
    • Criminal
  • Tribal Charges
  • Hearings and Legal Actions
  • Case Notes
  • Staff Assignment
  • Related Documents
  • System Reporting

Functionality included in the Tribal Court module includes client, staff charge, and case management. RiteTrack can be configured for the specific case types, hearings and charges of any Tribe. The system also offers an array of standard reports including rap sheets, case summaries, and statistical reports which can be used for CTAS and other grant reporting.

Click here to view the RiteTrack for Tribal Court webcast.

You can also view any of our previous webcasts by requesting a link from us. Email info@handelit.com with requests or any questions you have regarding our Tribal Court module or other software solutions.