High Fidelity Wraparound

What is High Fidelity Wraparound?

Wraparound is an evidence-based approach to care planning that brings together youth, their families, and their support systems, both formal and natural, to prevent out-of-home placement and identify a larger support network that the family can depend on post-Wraparound. The Wraparound approach elicits commitment, partnership, empowerment, optimism, focus, and follow-through with the goal of helping a family move closer to their family vision. Youth experiencing behavioral and emotional difficulties often have very complicated plans of care from several different providers. With the help of a VOA Wraparound Facilitator, people from the family’s life work together to coordinate their activities, create goals, identify strengths, and blend their perspectives of the family’s situation into one cohesive plan of care. Wraparound work focuses on supporting the voice of a youth and their family, ensuring access to needed resources, and prioritizing the family’s ownership within the plan of care.

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Locations

Services provided in the youth’s home or other community settings throughout the Hennepin County area.

Hours

Appointments:
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 6:00pm
with flexibility in scheduling to meet the needs of families.

Participants

Adults who may not have the ability to manage or make decisions regarding care, finances or safety and their caregivers

Fees

This program is free to participants and is financially supported by funding from Hennepin County.

What we do



The goals of the High Fidelity Wraparound process include:

  • Creating a plan of care to help meet the behavioral and emotional health needs prioritized by the youth and family
  • Improving the youth and family’s ability to manage their own services and supports
  • Developing and strengthening the youth and family’s natural support system over time
  • Integrating the work of all social service systems and natural supports into one organized and effective plan

    This process is intended to keep families together by building confidence, independence, connections, and hope.
For more information and referrals, contact Meghan Clark – Clinical Supervisor
Phone: 763-252-4516
meghan.clark@voamn.org