Violence survivors case management software for organizations on a mission to keep clients safe.
Ensuring safety and security for your clients.
Built specifically for the needs of violence survivors providers, Apricot for Violence Survivors (AVS) makes it simple to manage program enrollment, hotline calls, shelter services, court services, visitor logs and more. Designed around best practices, our victim services case management software has built-in forms and reports to meet funder requirements, including maintaining compliance with VAWA and VOCA.
Built-in, meaningful reports
Best practice reports maintain funder requirements while saving time for your staff.
Secure case management
Data is always secure, organized and only used to positively impact your clients.
Powerful intake capabilities
Reach more people by empowering clients to complete intake forms independently.
Compassionate care, elevated with technology.
Track key indicators
Easily track and report against goals such as self-sufficiency, safe housing security, and more.
Communicate with participants
Keep communication open and empower survivors to schedule services when they need them.
Offer help anytime, anywhere
Deliver virtual services with built-in calendar integrations. Caseworkers and healthcare providers can enter data remotely, while in the field.
Provide the best care
Manage survivor-focused programs all in one place, to ensure people have the time and support they need to rebuild their lives.
Apricot allows us to view client outcomes and make sure we are meeting the goals set for clients and providers. Our organization has been able to develop reports that are used for grant funding and reporting. It helps us set in-agency goals to see the trends and successes.
Michelle Staab, Outreach Advocate, Domestic Violence Services
Apricot has allowed us to collect and report on program activities that allow us to make data-informed decisions strategically and with more validation than ever before.
Joshua Gohlike, Manager of Program Quality Assurance and System, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center