The Integrated Services Assessment Tool (ISAT) is a tool that helps caseworkers engage authentically and build rapport with families in need. The tool is designed to be client facing and accessible. It highlights areas of strength as well as need. The tool enables caseworkers to identify the areas of greatest concern from a family’s perspective because it provides space for families to self-assess across domains. The tool also measures baseline characteristics and change over time for families attempting to access services from health and human service programs. These characteristics include an array of life domains related to economic self-sufficiency and family wellbeing, such as income, education, health, and child education.