The Wraparound program is an intensive individualized care planning and management process that is based in the family’s home. The goals of Wraparound are to attain positive outcomes by providing a structured and creative team planning process that allows the family to learn problem solving skills, coping skills and self-efficiency. Families may be referred from Community Mental Health if they have a child in their home, age 0-18, who is currently receiving services from them. Wraparound is voluntary and without regard to family income.
Wraparound provides workable solutions by addressing all of these areas: Care coordination, building family support systems, crisis intervention and prevention, safety planning, access to community resources, life skills education, individualized support, referral assistance for family needs, case management, and counseling. Wraparound can benefit children and adolescents who have emotional or behavioral problems at school, been in trouble with law enforcement, been at risk for out-of-home placement, been at risk for out-of-school placement, and have been receiving help from multiple services.