Sioux Empire Network of Care

The Sioux Empire Network of Care is a partnership lead by the Helpline Center between multiple agencies working together to build a systematic infrastructure to coordinate basic need services for individuals and families in a more efficient, effective and caring manner.  The vision of this project is help individuals get the help they need through the coordination of services.  

Today, the Sioux Empire Network of Care is in the pilot stage with 6 partner agencies implementing and testing a shared software system. The goal is to expand the Sioux Empire Network of Care beyond the initial pilot stage ending in June 2017. The pilot project is funded through Bush Foundation Community Innovation grant.

End Users – this page is for you. As processes or forms are updated or changed, please reference here for the most updated forms to use!

New Referral Process

Receiving / Accepting Referral Process

Adding Referral Process

Sioux Empire Network of Care Forms

Common Intake Form – Partner Agency

Client Informed Consent and Release of Information

Training Manuals

Click Here – To see the guide to the Common Intake, Creating Household, and Attaching ROI

Click Here – To see the guide to the Entry / Exit, Case Manager, Case Plans, Assessments

Click Here – To see the guide to Service Transactions {Need, Service, and Referral}

Click Here – To see the guide to ShelterPoint

Click Here  – To see the guide to FundManager

Style Guide

Click Here – To see the process guide for entering data into the SENC

Sioux Empire Network of Care (SENC)  Policies & Procedure

Click Here – To see the SENC Policies & Procedures

If you have questions, please contact Riley Amundson at senc@helplinecenter.org.