The goal of intensive care coordination services is to help individuals safely and effectively transition or return to their home, a relative's home, family-like setting, or community as soon as his/her needs are adequately addressed. We use an evidence-based model called High-Fidelity Wraparound.
Intensive care coordination services are for those who:
A team of supports including an intensive care coordinator (facilitates meetings and coordinates with formal supports in the community), a Family Support Partner (provides support and advocacy for families), a youth support partner (provides support and advocacy to youth), and a Coach (ensures fidelity to the High-Fidelity Wrap Model) provides these services, which are beyond the regular case management services available within public child-serving systems.
Referrals & Funding
The cost for intensive care coordination services is covered by Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) funds and authorized through local Family Assessment Planning (FAP) and Community Policy Management (CPM) teams.
“Promoting wellbeing…. One individual… One family… One community at a time”