The National Association of Counties (NACo) and WCA Services, Inc., in partnership with Trilogy Integrated Resources, offer the innovative Network of Care websites and eLearning online training services. These unique services are available to county, local and state agencies nationwide at competitive rates.
The Network of Care is an interactive web portal service that consumers, community-based organizations and local and state governments can use to access a wide variety of important information relating to social services. Trilogy Integrated Resources has developed customized web portals for counties in Wisconsin and 21 other states.
Individual websites are developed for behavioral health, seniors and people with disabilities, developmental disabilities, children and families, domestic violence, public health and probation services. These highly customized, local web portals serve more like a “virtual community” or one-stop shop for veterans, as well as families in need of health or social services programs.
The Network of Care websites empower consumers, caregivers and providers with critical service information, support, advocacy and stateof- the-art communication tools.
Used in conjunction with the Network of Care sites or as stand-alone training modules, Trilogy’s eLearning delivers online training and education for professionals working in government agencies and the public sector. eLearning delivers a comprehensive roster of classes public sector employees need to stay up-to-date. The easy to use, online format makes it convenient to learn the latest techniques and maintain certification and credentials. Course delivery is simple, assessment is immediate, and certification is tracked automatically.
eLearning’s Learning Management System makes it simple for employees to log on, take the classes they need, and return to work empowered with the knowledge, skills and training to stay licensed and perform their jobs better. The streamlined management tools automate certification, record-keeping and “roll up” tracking, which enables administrators to spend less time ensuring compliance, and more time delivering programs and services to the public.
“The Eau Claire Healthy Communities Network of Care site is an exciting collaborative effort to improve the health of Eau Claire County residents. The data available will help us to collaboratively identify and address community health needs, and ultimately help us achieve the shared vision of everyone living better, longer.” - Elizabeth “Lieske” Giese, Director/Health Officer, Eau Claire City-County Health Department