Summary of Services
Wraparound is an evidence-based program for youth with complex mental health needs who are receiving the most intensive psychiatric services. In 2005, due to the Children's System Change Initiative, Fidelity Wraparound was implemented to ensure that youth and families with acute mental health needs are connected to and supported by an array of services and supports across a System of Care.
Marion County Wraparound, which serves youth ages 0-17, is focused on establishing a TEAM using a strength-based approach that is family driven and youth guided, to develop one plan with measurable goals and action steps. The plan is based on the strengths and culture of the youth and their family. We believe that youth are best served in their own homes and in their own communities, with their families at the center. The team meets regularly to review progress and ensure ongoing support. During their time in the program, we build natural supports, which are individuals who will continue to help the family and grow self-efficacy so that youth and families can continue to meet their needs, beyond Wraparound.
Wraparound is guided by 10 principles and the philosophies that people will do well if they can, that youth and families know their needs best, that strengths, culture, and values must be used as the foundation for any successful solution, and that individuals have the "Voice and Choice" in their care.
The Mission of Wraparound is, "Children and youth will have CONNECTIONS to people that love them, SKILLS to succeed with each life task, and HOPE for the future.
- Youth ages 0-17, Medicaid and PacificSource member
- Mental health condition and assessment within the past year
- Significant emotional and behavioral challenges
- Significant safety concerns
- Multiple systems involvement
- Supports needed to connect to resources and navigate systems
Therapeutic services offered through Wraparound:
- Monthly Wraparound team meetings with one Wrap plan that is developed by the youth and family; monitoring progress of their mission, goals and action steps
- Comprehensive crisis safety planning
- Skills training (individual and group)
- Intensive case management, accessing resources and navigating systems
- Peer delivered services with family and youth support partners who use their lived experiences to help youth and parents
Bilingual Spanish services are available and interpreter support is available for many other languages.