Wraparound

Wraparound is a strength based approach which supports youth and their families in identifying their own strengths.

No two families are alike, and Wraparound believes in tailoring services to meet each family's individual and unique needs. Wraparound promotes families to build a natural support system to aid in independence. 

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Adoptions Assistance Program

Adoptions Assistance Program is a part of .

Adoptions Assistance Program is a Wraparound program focused on helping adoptive families. Wraparound is an intensive, holistic method of engaging with individuals with complex needs (most typically children, youth, and their families) so that they can live in their homes and communities and realize their hopes and dreams.

Since the term was first coined in the 1980s, “Wraparound” has been defined in different ways. It has been described as a philosophy, an approach, and a service. In recent years, Wraparound has been most commonly conceived of as an intensive, individualized care planning and management process. Wraparound is not a treatment per se. The Wraparound process aims to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process that, compared to traditional treatment planning, results in plans that are more effective and more relevant to the child and family. Additionally, Wraparound plans are more holistic than traditional care plans in that they are designed to meet the identified needs of caregivers and siblings and to address a range of life areas. Through the team-based planning and implementation process – as well as availability of research-based interventions that can address priority needs of youth and caregivers – Wraparound also aims to develop the problem-solving skills, coping skills, and self-efficacy of the young people and family members. Finally, there is an emphasis on integrating the youth into the community and building the family’s social support network.

Family Vision

Family Vision is a part of .

Family Vision is an intensive in home placement program designed with a Wraparound Philosophy consistent with the Senate Bill 163. The program goal is to support families in their ability to become self-sufficient and independent of formalized services. Family Vision collaborates with existing community service providers and fosters relationships with natural supports.

Katie-A (Pathways to Wellness)

Katie-A (Pathways to Wellness) is a part of .

Katie A. services were established in the State of California as a result of a settlement agreement with the intention of transforming the way California children/youth who are in foster care, or who are at imminent risk of foster care placement receive access to mental health services. The transformed model of care is referred to as the Core Practice Model or CPM. It is a coherent and all-inclusive approach to service planning and delivery which includes the following:

  • A strong engagement with the child and family
  • Focus on strengths and needs
  • Team consists of formal and informal supports
  • Use of intensive in-home rehabilitation services
  • Support and encourage attainment of health and well being
  • Reduction of permanency timeline
  • Reduce reliance on congregate care

SUCCESS 1st Early Wraparound

SUCCESS 1st Early Wraparound is a part of .

Success First is an early wraparound program to capture those seriously emotionally disturbed, unserved, underserved children/adolescents, age 0-15 years, to provide services, keeping them in the lowest level of care possible. A referral is reviewed by a Referral Management Team & if enrollment approved, client assigned to an agency (contractor). Referrals can come from anyone including:

  • CCRT
  • Clinic
  • Group Home 
  • Hospital
  • School
  • Family
  • Law Enforcement
  • Contractor
  • CFS
  • Probation

Someone who qualifies for this program is seriously emotionally disturbed child or adolescent, age 0-15 years, who:

  • is in need of crisis intervention and/or at risk of psychiatric hospitalization,
  • is at risk of removal from their home,
  • is having problems in school or is at risk of dropping out, 
  • is at risk of or currently involved in juvenile justice system,
  • is homeless or at risk of homelessness,
  • has co-occurring disorders,
  • is a high user of services or multiple hospitalizations,
  • is at risk due to lack of services because of cultural, linguistic, or economic barriers,
  • is uninsured,
  • is at risk due to exposure to domestic violence, physical abuse, emotional abuse, verbal abuse, or sexual abuse. 

 

Wraparound

Wraparound is a part of .

Wraparound is an intensive, holistic method of engaging with individuals with complex needs (most typically children, youth, and their families) so that they can live in their homes and communities and realize their hopes and dreams.

Since the term was first coined in the 1980s, “Wraparound” has been defined in different ways. It has been described as a philosophy, an approach, and a service. In recent years, Wraparound has been most commonly conceived of as an intensive, individualized care planning and management process. Wraparound is not a treatment per se. The Wraparound process aims to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process that, compared to traditional treatment planning, results in plans that are more effective and more relevant to the child and family. Additionally, Wraparound plans are more holistic than traditional care plans in that they are designed to meet the identified needs of caregivers and siblings and to address a range of life areas. Through the team-based planning and implementation process – as well as availability of research-based interventions that can address priority needs of youth and caregivers – Wraparound also aims to develop the problem-solving skills, coping skills, and self-efficacy of the young people and family members. Finally, there is an emphasis on integrating the youth into the community and building the family’s social support network.

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