Connecting people in need with the services they need is way more difficult than it should be. We want you to tell us your story so we can help change that.
What is Johego doing to make connecting people with services easier?
Johego uses cutting-edge data engineering organizing to prioritize, collect, and verify information that is needed most by public service professionals, from nurses to social workers to police officers. We deliver this information in the form of a free smartphone application and a free browser-based web application:
Want to help us make a difference?
In order to better inform the public about some of the difficulties involved with navigating the social safety net, we are collecting stories from people who, in their personal or professional capacity, have struggled to connect themselves or a friend, family member, or colleague with social or medical services. If you have a story you would like to share, please send us a recent photo and a description of your experience. Here are some ideas to get you started:
- What is your occupation, and where do you work (city, state)?
- Can you tell us about a time when you struggled to connect someone with social services?
- Alternatively, can you tell us about a time when you succeeded in finding the information you needed?
- How did those experiences make you feel?
Upload your photo and story by filling out the form below.
If you submit a story without your email address, we won’t be able to thank you directly, but we want you to know that we are grateful!
What will we do with this information?
We will share particularly illuminating submissions through our social media (under the hashtag #HumansOfJohego), marketing materials, and related channels. We will not disclose your name or your employer’s name unless you ask us to do so. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. Thank you in advance for the work you do and for your support!