An intervention is a planned, structured approach to help someone who is struggling with a problem or addiction. In the context of a non-profit organization (NPO), an intervention might involve a group of people coming together to support and encourage an individual to make positive changes in their life.
Ultimately, the goal of an intervention for an NPO is to help the individual achieve a better quality of life and to support the mission of the organization. This might involve helping the person overcome their addiction and develop healthy habits, or providing them with support and resources to help them achieve their goals.
It sounds like you're looking for a way to track and record interventions for beneficiaries on a one-to-one basis, as well as record multiple interventions for the same beneficiary at the same time. One way to do this is to create a note type for each type of intervention, and add it to the beneficiary's contact record with the date that the intervention occurred. This creates a system-generated attendance register for the month, which allows you to track the interventions for each beneficiary.
You can also configure the system to record single interventions, rather than multiple interventions at once. This can be useful if you want to track the interventions more closely or if you want to be able to analyze the data in more detail.
To get a list of beneficiary interventions over a date period, you can use the notes report. This will show you all of the interventions that have been recorded for each beneficiary, along with the date and time that the intervention occurred. You can also use the statistics report to get counts of the different types of interventions that have been recorded, which can be useful for tracking overall activity and progress.
For group activities, you can use attendance registers to track the participation of beneficiaries in group activities. This can be useful for tracking the overall impact of group activities and for understanding the benefits of these interventions for the beneficiaries involved.