- Wraparound Seminole
Families are able to utilize the Wraparound process when traditional services have not been successful. This process is aimed towards youth between the ages of 5 – 21 who have or are at risk of a mental health diagnosis, and have a history of or is at risk of out-of-home placement for support services.
Wraparound is a voluntary process at no cost to the family.
Through the support of a Wraparound Facilitator and Family Advocate, the youth and family develop a team a individuals who help create a family care plan to meet their needs. The team works towards the goals in this plan until the process is no longer required.
Wraparound Facilitator: an individual who is highly credentialed in a human service related field; responsible for facilitating the process to develop a wraparound plan and coordinating services and supports for your and their families.
Family Advocate: Parents and/or primary caregiver of youth with a variety of special needs, who has a personal commitment to helping and empowering families of Seminole County to advocate for themselves.
Through funding from a Cooperative agreement with SAMHSA and Seminole County Government, Community Based Care of Central Florida created the collaboration: Wraparound Seminole.