Athena Software is pleased to announce that Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Central Alberta Region has selected Penelope case management software to help track the essential, recovery-focused services they provide to individuals and families in their community.
“CMHA is thrilled to begin implementation of the Penelope system for our programs,” said Christine Stewart, Executive Director at CMHA Central Alberta Region. “The ability to track participant information in one spot, to transfer between programs without having to duplicate forms, and to be able to pull data without manually counting and reviewing, is going to save us so much time!”
Founded in 1964 and based in Red Deer, CMHA Central Alberta Region is a nonprofit whose mission is to promote community wellness and support individuals with mental illness, brain injury, and addictions through a mix of recovery-focused support, education, and advocacy.
“We are delighted to welcome CMHA Central Alberta Region to the family of Penelope users around the world,” said Amanda McInnis, Vice-President of Customer Experience at Athena Software. “CMHA has a long and celebrated history of providing essential mental health services to individuals and families across Canada, and we are honoured to partner with the Central Alberta Region branch to help them deliver support and recovery services to their community.”
Penelope is a configurable SaaS client management platform used by hundreds of nonprofits and social service agencies around the world. Since 2001, the flexible, user-friendly software has helped human service organizations collect and store client data securely, manage multiple services seamlessly, and improve workflow and reporting.
“(Penelope) will really streamline our services in the participants’ best interests and allow us to report on many things we were unable to track before,” said Stewart.
Since selecting Penelope as their new case management system, the CMHA Central Alberta team has been working closely with Athena’s experienced in-house software implementation and training staff to prepare for the launch of the software across the organization.
“The customer service has been exceptional to date with so much hands-on training and support. We look forward to rolling out the entire program,” said Stewart.