Our Clients

Treadwell works with a variety of clients across the non-profit space. We take time to learn each client’s unique needs and ensure their organization is getting the most out of their ETO solution.


Victims/Shelter Services

Homelessness & HMIS

Health & Human Services

• VOCA Reporting
• HUD/APR
• Domestic Violence
• Child Abuse
• HMIS
• Shelters
• Emergency Services/Basic Needs
• Continuum of Care
• MIECHV
• Substance Abuse Prevention
  •Mental Health/Counseling

“Treadwell has spent countless hours listening to our data and tracking needs and helping us translate those into a useful database with useful reports. We are especially grateful for the assistance in creating a conversion tool which allows us to do large batch uploads with just a few steps.”

Melissa Buxton
Chief Operating Officer at Greater Than


Community Collaboratives

Housing Services & Support

Justice/Reentry Services

• Promise Neighborhoods
• Choice Neighborhoods
• Harlem Children Zone
Foundations
 • Supportive Housing
• Rapid Re-housing
• Self-sufficiency
• Restorative Justice
• Recidivism Tracking
• OJJDP
• Pay for Success
• Prevention/Intervention

“Treadwell provided critical support in implementing a new and difficult database, providing the kind of skill and ease with the software and technology we’ve not seen anywhere else.”

Keri Jones-Fonnesbeck, LCSW
Chief Operating Officer at YWCA Utah


Child & Family Services

Multi-Services Organizations

Workforce Development

• Healthy Families America
• YMCAs
• Boys and Girls Clubs
• After School Programs
• Prevention/Intervention for Youth
• Catholic Charities
• Jewish Family Services
• Lutheran Community Services
• United Way
• Education
• Employment
• Certificates
• Job Retention
• Financial Literacy
• WIA/WIO

“The Treadwell team is very thoughtful in their approach toward design and has a very thorough discovery process by which everyone leaves the experience with a greater understanding of how ETO can help inform the work we do every day.”

Barb Hadley
VP of Education and Workforce Development at Project Home