Victim Services Software
Make sure your clients are safe and secure
Making your everyday easier
Easy ReportingCollect and pull data for the mandated reports you need, like VOCA, or for other custom reports.
Make sure no one falls through the cracks
Automated workflows keep things running smoothly. With time and action based triggers, Penelope can keep thing moving at your organization.
Manage a diverse range of services
Offer counselling and other wraparound services, all from one secure database.
Family Services of Tulare County
Request for Proposal template
for Domestic Violence and Victim Services
Issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) is a great way for organizations to narrow down the list of contenders in a thorough and efficient manner. Pulling together all of your requirements to create and distribute an RFP can seem like a monumental task.
That’s why we’ve created this handy RFP template to help your agency build a compelling document that will ultimately help find you the client management system that’s right for you.
Keep it simple
Penelope’s full suite of operational tools give your victim services organization the functionality it needs to run smoothly. Automation ensures nobody falls through the cracks and smart forms make documentation easy.
Comprehensive scheduling, staff time tracking, billing, intake tools and more are all built right in.
Ensure the safety of your client data
Our number one priority is the security of your client information.
Data privacy provisions are a part of all aspects of our operations – from the design of Penelope to the configuration and management of our data centres, our internal administrative controls, staff training, management, and the way we deliver client services.
Using technology to support effective service delivery and victims’ safety
Victim service providers use data every day. They use it to assess client risk, demonstrate their impact, and secure funding.
But is there a better way to manage that data? The right client management system for victim services can increase victims’ safety, increase the capacity of the organization, and decrease organizational risk.
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