The ideal client database system for Domestic Violence Programs and Rape Crisis Centers.
“Since NOVA began using Collaborate, delving deeper into our services and seeing the true impact our staff make on helping survivors is amazing. Reports are easy to use and understand. The narratives of our work have become much simpler for everyone.”
Tarah Sellers Director of Client Services, Network of Victim Assistance
Crisis Calls & Hotline Intake
If you have a 24/7 crisis hotline, it’s important to gather information quickly and help get your caller to safety.
Collaborate includes special Case Types - optimized for hotline staff - to kick off an Intake when potential Clients call. These can be easily converted to full Cases later, typically when Clients are able to visit your facility.
Specialized DV/SA Services
Dozens of standard victim services are built in, from sheltering and relocation, to medical and therapy.
If you need to track custom services, Collaborate analysts and developers are here to help.
Pre-Built DV/SA Services Included
Select the ones you want, and customize to suit your needs.
Financial & Food Assistance
Referrals to Outside Agencies
Women & Children Shelters
...plus many more
Your quarterly and annual funder reports - like VOCA, VAWA, and state-specific victim services reports - are just a few clicks away.
You can run these reports across a single center, or an entire statewide network.
Collaborate for Networks connects large groups of domestic violence and rape crisis programs together in a unified software system. A few of the many benefits include:
Statewide funder reporting across dozens of centers,
Standardized data collection for all member organizations, and
Cost-effective support & service to help advocates do their best work.
South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
The South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (SCCADVASA) is the statewide partnership of organizations providing services to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in South Carolina. Member organizations include rape crisis centers and women's shelters, many serving clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Dozens of member organizations, many cross-trained with partner CACs
Cross-trained Users can quickly switch between DV/SA and CAC sides
Hotline Intakes to quickly get victims the help they need