Wraparound is a complex practice to implement and organizations need to build readiness prior to hiring wraparound facilitators or sending staff to training. TIEMH has identified some tools and resources to help organizational leaders orient themselves to the wraparound model and begin the initial stages of readiness.
What’s this Thing Called Wraparound?
This 1-hour webinar provides an overview of the wraparound model, the values and principles underlying wraparound, and the stages of the wraparound process.
How to Implement Wraparound?
This web-based training will introduce organizational leaders to the benefits of preparing your organization, strategies for building readiness, and identify some tools for preparation.
Preparing Team Members for Wraparound
This web-based training provides an overview of what team members can expect at a wraparound team meeting and how they can be effective in their role on the team. Wraparound team members include family friends, therapists, mentors, family partners (peer support), juvenile probation officers, psychiatrists, neighbors, teachers, coaches, clergy, and other individuals important to the family.
The Implementation Guide is designed to provide a “road map” for wraparound administrators and supervisors, focusing on the range of important issues in overseeing effective wraparound practice. The guide includes self-assessment tools to identify readiness for wraparound implementation.