Wraparound Program


Wraparound Goal & Outcome

Children in Wraparound shall achieve permanency through the Wraparound process/approach. The data collected will assess the Wraparound process/approach as to how it applies to the following Outcome Indicators:

Graduation from Wraparound, stability of children in the family setting six months after graduation from Wraparound; and families able to care for their children with community-based services and support. Performance outcome measures will be determined by reviewing data quarterly and/or bi-annually (when applicable). The data will determine the percentage of children who successfully graduated from the Wraparound program; have successfully remained in the family placement six months after graduation; and, whose families successfully use community based services and supports six months after graduation.

Children in Wraparound shall remain safe and free of abuse and neglect. The data collected will assess how the Wraparound process/approach applies to the following Outcome Indicators:

Children are in a safe and stable family setting while receiving and after receiving Wraparound services. Performance outcome measures will be reviewed on a quarterly basis by assessing the percentage of children who do not have another substantiated allegation within one year of starting/or graduating from Wraparound services.

Children in Wraparound will improve their level of functioning and overall well-being through participation in Wraparound process/approach. The Wraparound process/approach will be assessed by reviewing the data obtained for the following Outcome Indicators:

Children receiving Wraparound services will be assessed to determine that they are functioning at grade level; have improved their grade level performance; have improved their school attendance rate; and/or have no/or improved medical/physical status. The performance outcome measures will be reviewed on a quarterly basis by having the families complete a Well-being Assessment. The rate of quarterly improvement will be determined by the percentage number of children who have improved their grade-level functioning; their school attendance rate; and, their medical/physical concerns improvement as defined by the Quarterly Well-being