Wellbeing Care Community System Overview

Supporting Community Wellbeing Through Technology

The eTransX Wellbeing Care Community (WCC) system offers one of the most comprehensive, flexible platforms on the market today for improving community health and well-being outcomes. The WCC system offers exceptional flexibility for configuring the system to meet the unique needs of a particular community or region.

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The eTransX Wellbeing Care Community (WCC) system offers one of the most comprehensive, flexible platforms on the market today for improving community health and well-being outcomes. The WCC system offers exceptional flexibility for configuring the system to meet the unique needs of a particular community or region. 

The WCC system is designed to function on two levels – at the community level – coordinating collaboration with key community stakeholders (healthcare, social services, mental health, jobs programs, school systems, justice and law enforcement); and at the personal level – identifying specific needs of individuals and families and developing personalized success pathways to address those needs.

Supporting a Wide Range of Applications

The flexibility of the WCC system can support a wide range of community well-being improvement initiatives as shown in the chart below:

How eTransX software can be used to support community well-being initiatives. 

Pandemic and Disaster Response – focused on the coordination of assessments and delivery of services to manage disease outbreaks and pandemics, and helping individuals and households prepare for and recover from natural disasters 

Health Management and Wellness programs – improve health outcomes with proactive chronic disease management and preventive health (wellness programs) that includes addressing the social determinants of health guided by the Healthy People 2030 framework 

Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health – focused on the prevention, treatment, and recovery of those with substance use and mental health disorders (click here to know more). 

Children and Youth Development – from early childhood development in the first five years of life to youth development programs in the late teens – with a focus on the prevention and treatment of adverse childhood experiences and transition programs from youth to adulthood 

Criminal Justice and Offender Re-entry – from crime prevention programs to juvenile justice programs and offender re-entry programs – all focused on prevention of criminal activity and helping former offenders become productive members of society  

Job Creation and Workforce Development – focused on the creation of new jobs in a community and helping individuals with developing and enhancing skills and knowledge to provide economic self-sufficiency and resources for retirement  

Poverty and Economic Self-sufficiency – helping individuals with basic needs (food, housing, transportation, childcare) on the road towards achieving economic self-sufficiency, including a focus on affordable housing. 

Coordination programs for Older Americans – focused on the coordination of assessments and services to help older Americans prosper as much as possible in their later years of life    

Belonging and Social Engagement programs – focused on improving and coordinating the interaction of individuals with other individuals and community engagement activities that will increase personal social capital and help address isolation and loneliness 

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