OhanaLink Technologies expands services

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Published By The Sharon Herald:

OhanaLink Technologies announced Wednesday that they have partnered with Children & Youth Prevention – Empowerment Network, a crisis response team that supports young children with trauma, to customize mobile technology designed to enhance the support programs for their clients.

CYPEN, a division of Zion Education Center Inc., provides crisis response teams to support, counsel and mentor young children whose families have been specifically affected by the heroin/opioid epidemic, homelessness, sexual abuse, violent crimes, incarceration and domestic dispute.

“We are very excited to partner with CYPEN to help them directly communicate, collaborate and mentor children and adolescents who need their support with the development of our customizable app solution.” Said Kara Wasser, Founder and CEO of OhanaLink Technologies. “It’s always gratifying to work with a dedicated team of experts through ini;a;ves such as CYPEN to help support such an important cause.”

Added Rev. Terrence J. Harrison, president of the board of the Zion Education Center, “We are delighted to be collaborating with OhanaLink Technologies to design and launch a mobile app that will bring children and adolescents the support they need with ease, to integrate our programs and create a place where we can effectively collaborate and communicate between the agency and our clients.”

OhanaLink Technologies’ proprietary mobile technology, DirectConnect, was recently developed to allow businesses, agencies or organizatons to custom design a cost-effective and branded smartphone app. DirectConnect is a customized mobile solution that helps a business or organization enhance communication, improve access to service and increase brand visibility to customers, clients or other service providers.

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