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HelpSeeker.org is a systems mapping platform that generates real-time insights for better decision-making for funders and policy-makers, while connecting vulnerable people to the right services.

 
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About HelpSeeker

A faster way to find the right help.

HelpSeeker is a systems mapping and analytics platform that supports efforts to enhance social service and benefit coordination and integration to maximize impact.

The platform helps systems leaders better understand real-time service duplication or gaps, user trends, feedback, demand, and sources of funding that exist in their community.  With these analytics, communities can develop an agile, data-driven approach to integrated systems planning.

National Systems Mapping Pilot

Funded in part by the Government of Canada's Homelessness Partnering Strategy – Innovative Solutions to Homelessness program, HelpSeeker is proud to be a part of the Systems Planning Collective (a partnership between A Way Home Canada, the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness, and Turner Strategies).

This is a pilot to engage early adopters in systems mapping to improve Coordinated Access and systems integration to prevent and end homelessness. We currently working with 15 major regions across Canada and 100 cities across Canada such as Vancouver, Peel Region, St. John’s and Whitehorse.

 
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Platform Features

  • Realtime dashboard analytics and benchmarking at local, provincial, and national levels for premium accounts.
  • Systems mapping analytics to assess service duplication and gaps in any regional configuration for premium accounts.
  • Occupancy and capacity tracking to support Coordinated Access services and Systems Integration.
  • Financial analytics to assess funding sources and amounts per program.
  • Fully PIPEDA compliant, with equivalents for Ontario and BC.
  • Built-in end user feedback of services to improve quality of supports.
  • Free resource directory for services signing up, and for end users.
  • No sign-in required and no user tracking for maximum privacy.
  • Smartphone apps for Android and iPhone & responsive web-based application.
  • Integrates direct calling/email feature to connect to services directly or to one of 300+ helplines.
  • Filtering technology to narrow results based on population and service categories.
  • National data set of 100k+ services curated using Open Data and original research.

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How do I find out more?

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For a demo of HelpSeeker's data-analytics dashboard, contact us at: info@helpseeker.org .

Check out HelpSeeker.org or download the app to experience HelpSeeker as a user. 

 

What they’re saying about us!

University of Calgary Alumni Magazine    An App to Fill a Critical Gap      By Barbara Balfour, BA’03, BComm’04

University of Calgary Alumni Magazine

An App to Fill a Critical Gap

By Barbara Balfour, BA’03, BComm’04

Canadian Living Magazine    What You Should Know About Homelessness In Canada      By Tara MacInnis

Canadian Living Magazine

What You Should Know About Homelessness In Canada

By Tara MacInnis

Alberta Social Innovation    Helpseeker: Bringing Together Tech and Social Innovation      By Naomi Mahaffy

Alberta Social Innovation

Helpseeker: Bringing Together Tech and Social Innovation

By Naomi Mahaffy