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TOLLO

COMMUNITY SYSTEM

LINKING SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE WHO NEED THEM MOST, ONE APP AT A TIME

CHILD CARE SERVIES

What is Tollo?

Tollo Community System™ is an online resource that will assist in connecting anyone seeking social or financial assistance to programs and/or services within their community. These services include employment, financial assistance, re-entry after prison, housing and other social service needs. Organizations and government agencies operate with enormous information blind spots. These blind spots keep them from finding those who are truly in need of their services. They also keep them from providing additional aid to those they are already serving. For example, a single mother with an 8-year-old child with an annual income of less than $24,000 is eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Section 8 Housing, child care services and Medicare. However, she may not be aware that she also qualifies for a mentoring program for her child, $10 only Internet Access, free legal services, free cell phone service, free tax preparation, energy assistance and credit score repair services.

Tollo is for individuals seeking services and nonprofit organizations providing those services. Nonprofit organizations subscribed to the Tollo Community System would become eligible services for the individuals increasing service awareness. Tollo has been built with a consultative system that will guide individuals through the services and programs within our network for which they best qualify.

About Us

Tollo Community System™ (Tollo) is a Case Management system that will assist case managers the ability to connect anyone seeking social or financial assistance to programs and/or services within their community. These services include employment, financial assistance, re-entry after prison, housing and other social service needs. Organizations and government agencies operate with enormous information blind spots.  These blind spots keep them from finding those who are truly in need of their services. They also keep them from providing additional aid to those they are already serving.   For example, a single mother with an 8-year-old child with an annual income of less than $24,000 is eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Section 8 Housing, child care services and Medicare. However, she may not be aware that she also qualifies for a mentoring program for her child, $10 only  Internet Access, free legal services, free cell phone service, free tax preparation, energy assistance and credit score repair services.

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HOPEster of the Month…Andre Gibson of Gibson Technologies/Tollo Community System

Date: 03/03/2015

Posted by Hope4Cities on February 2, 2015 It’s that time of the month again!  It’s time to showcase local HOPEsters of the month!  This month I present to you a Q & A with Andre Gibson, of Gibson Technologies.

Public Libraries Add Social Workers and Social Programs

Date: 11/15/2014

by Barbara Trainin Blank      Public libraries have always been democratic, serving a cross-section of the population. After all, they are public, often easily accessible, and free. 

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