What Gets Measured Gets Managed
Service Beyond Data
Know Where Your Children Are
See Where You've Been and What's Ahead
What Gets Measured Gets Managed
Service Beyond Data
Know Where Your Children Are
See Where You've Been and What's Ahead
SafeMeasures®

“What gets measured gets managed, and what gets managed gets done.”

SafeMeasures® is a state-of-the-art reporting service that helps human services agencies improve client outcomes by transforming case management data into actionable information. Over the past 14 years, the SafeMeasures team has helped numerous child welfare and juvenile justice agencies improve performance with key performance indicators (KPI), process and outcome measures, data quality reports, and task lists/to-do reminders.

Contact us today to find out how SafeMeasures can help your agency improve performance and impact client outcomes.

  
Recent Blog Posts

July 20, 2016 |  by Ben Free, Business Analyst

This past February marked President Obama’s last release of a proposed federal budget for the fiscal year. Like each budget before, it contains numerous priorities and provides funding for strategies to support them. Among the many strategies that have been included in President Obama’s eight...

April 25, 2016 |  by Sarah Hesse

“Now what?” is probably the most common question NCCD staff get from agencies after they implement SafeMeasures®. ...

November 13, 2015 |  by Cory Fink, Regional Director, Maryland Department of Juvenile Service, Eastern Shore Region

Prior to subscribing to SafeMeasures® in late 2012, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services’ (DJS) data reporting was prone to human error and guesswork: case managers reported their data to unit managers, who reported it to their county supervisors and regional directors,...

TESTIMONIALS
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When it comes to performance management, SafeMeasures is the tool to have. For measuring everything from child contacts to federal measures to assessment completion and analysis, there is no other report system as accurate, detailed, or user-friendly. 

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Dick SantaCruz
Office of the Chief Deputy Director
Los Angeles County, CA, USA
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[SafeMeasures'] support to improve the state's capacity and expertise in collecting and analyzing data was a huge part of what made transformation successful. Virginia went from having no useful statewide system to one that was delivering excellent data to all localities across the state. 

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Annie E. Casey Foundation
“Back on Track: Transforming Virginia’s Child Welfare System”
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SafeMeasures has been an incredible tool for staff at all levels of the agency. It has really brought the concept of "data-driven" management to life in the areas of case management activities. 

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Scott Reiner
Regional Program Manager
Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice