Wraparound supports youth and their families with complex mental health needs by focusing on their strengths and support system. High Fidelity Wraparound is a team-based care coordination process that honors and builds on family culture. The family, Wraparound Team, and community providers partner to develop an individualized plan that supports access to resources and informal supports and builds confidence in their ability to problem-solve in the future.

  • Primary address must be in Hennepin County.
  • A Diagnostic Assessment must be completed within the last 180 days to determine eligibility.
    • VOA can support you in completing an updated Diagnostic Assessment, if needed.
  • Virtual and in-person options available.


Ages served
Genders served
All genders
Payments accepted
This program is free to participants and is financially supported by Medical Assistance, PMAP providers and funding from Hennepin County for uninsured or privately insured youth.
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9220 Bass Lake Road
Suite 255
New Hope, MN 55428
United States


Hennepin County area

Serving the Hennepin County area
New Hope, MN 55428
United States


Care coordination

Wraparound Care Coordinators are trained Children’s Targeted Mental Health Case Managers and certified as Wraparound providers. They help families develop their plan, build their team of informal and formal supports, and facilitate the process. Care Coordinators ensure that families have access to desired resources and skills to meet their needs.

Peer support

Certified Family Peer Specialists provide support to families encountering children’s mental health challenges. They have personal experience navigating complex needs, advocating for family voice, and offering hope. Certified Family Peer Specialists partner with Care Coordinators to support families through the Wraparound process.

10 Guiding Principles

  1. Family voice and choice. Family and youth perspectives are prioritized throughout the process and choices reflect family values and preferences.

  2. Team-Supported. The team consists of individuals committed to the family through informal, formal, and community supports and services. Relationships are agreed upon by the family.

  3. Natural supports. The plan reflects activities and interventions that draw on sources of natural support for the family, such as extended family, friends, neighbors and others in their social circles.

  4. Collaboration. Team members work collaboratively to develop, implement, monitor, and evaluate the plan.

  5. Community-based. The team implements service and support strategies that take place in the most inclusive, most responsive, most accessible, and least restrictive settings possible, safely promoting child and family integration into home and community life.

  6. Culturally responsive. The process builds on the values, preferences, beliefs, culture, and identify of the family and their community. 

  7. Individualized. The team develops and implements a customized set of strategies, supports, and services.

  8. Strengths-based. The process and plan identify, build on, and enhance the capabilities, knowledge, skills, and assets of the child and family, their community, and other team members.

  9. Unconditional Care. Despite challenges, the team persists in working toward the goals of the plan until the team reaches an agreement that a formal process is no longer needed.

  10. Outcome-based. The team ties the goals and strategies of the plan to observable or measurable indicators of success, monitors progress, and revises the plan accordingly.

Certifications & Affiliations

MiiWrap – Motivational Interviewing Informed Wraparound

Vroon VanDenberg LLP

“I do not want Wraparound to end (at a last meeting), you gave me hope for my family and I no longer feel like everything is spinning out of control. You taught me to trust you and want you to know you changed our life.”

-Parent of Youth (2022)


“This is good, I really like it. I was skeptical about the value of Wrap for this family and did not want to do it, because honestly, I did not think anything could help. But I see things changing. I am a supporter of Wraparound now.”

-CP Worker (2021)