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Our courts help people during some of their most vulnerable moments. From child custody to criminal offenses, substance abuse to civil infractions all the cases that come through our court system affect lives. Aunt Bertha helps court workers provide those in the court system with the social resources they need, based on their unique circumstances.
The robust database of social programs from around the nation that is maintained by Aunt Bertha, helps court workers source assistance for transportation, housing, food, job placement assistance and more. Allowing them to connect people in need with the social programs that will give them alternatives to their current situations.
The Aunt Bertha tool set not only helps to identify necessary resources; it also allows court workers to make referrals, track referral progress and ensure that their clients are receiving the help they need.
These referrals can be shared to other team members in the same program, ensuring a continuity of service in a busy environment.
Aunt Bertha provides the data infrastructure and reporting tools that allow you to see and track demonstratable and data-backed need. With the reporting available from Aunt Bertha you will know which social correlates are searched most often, you can assess the gaps between the needs of your community and the services available.