LeapForm, a social services technology company, has introduced a web-based, mobile software product that simplifies access and enrollment to county, state and federal public assistance programs.
The software helps agencies more easily provide much-needed basic, yet critical, services such as health insurance, food assistance and voter registration to the highest at-risk populations, primarily low-income women and children.
The LeapForm solution securely streamlines the application process for social service programs by providing centralized enrollment services and software. By integrating programs (such as food stamps, Medi-Cal, children’s health coverage, school lunch programs and voter registration), agencies can offer a comprehensive selection of programs from a single web-based location.
By helping agencies reduce administrative hassles while making sure program information is readily understandable to participants, LeapForm aims to reduce the complexity of enrollment and thereby increase program participation.
Paul Itoi, president and co-founder of LeapForm, said: Our goal is to enable counties, state and federal agencies to expand participation in their programs by removing a complexity from the application process. Millions of low-income children and families are not receiving benefits from public assistance programs and services despite being eligible for them. We are excited that LeapForm can be part of the solution.