COMMUNITY BASED REFERRALS
As a provider, caregiver, caseworker or friend, you know every person you serve is unique. Together, we help families achieve the success you know they can.
Why Should I Refer to High-Fidelity Wraparound (HFW)?
Increase Support for your Most Complex Cases
Continue your role as an actively involved team member with the additional aide of HFW Facilitators and Peer Support Specialists. As team members, we offer additional support for your multisystem involved, complex youth. As Team facilitators, we help navigate supports and services into one streamlined plan.²
Streamline Service Coordination Across Agencies
HFW Facilitators and Peer Support Specialists have been trained to identify and connect families to resources available to families across the service continuum. By partnering, we work with you to coordinate (not duplicate) the unique services and supports that match the family’s evolving needs as they need them.
Be a Part of the Family's Success
When families complete the evidence-based process of HFW, they transition from services with the self-efficacy and natural support system necessary to overcome challenges. Families experience a reduced need for future intervention and greater long term success.
What's my time investment?
Our goal is to create a coordinated effort in helping families develop lasting change. If you are part of the team, you will continue to provide support as you have been. You may be asked to attend family team meetings. A typical plan can take anywhere from six to 18 months.
What's my role in High-Fidelity Wraparound?
You know the families and youth you serve and understand the complexity of their needs. As their advocate, you may refer children and families that would benefit from the comprehensive and empowering approach that High-Fidelity Wraparound offers.
Your services and support may be requested as part of a family’s individualized care. Your role may continue as it currently is or evolve based on the family’s concerns, desires and needs.
To prevent duplication of services and realize improved outcomes, collaboration and support between parties may include phone calls, emails, team meetings and discussions. This will help all team members stay in tune with the family or child’s voice and their desires, progress and success.