Guidelines

Breakdown of Roles in High-Fidelity Wraparound

Every High-Fidelity Wraparound team includes a facilitator and a family support partner. These two roles serve different purposes but have one main thing in common – working toward a stronger future for each family.

  • Wraparound Facilitator: This is a person who is trained to coordinate the high-fidelity wraparound process for each family. This person could also be called a Care Coordinator, or have a similar title. This person sets up meetings, oversees the plan, and makes sure all team members are participating in achieving the family's goals.
  • Family Support Partner: This is a person who provides peer support to parents and caregivers of children receiving services. Family Support Partners may also be called Family Peer Specialists, Parent Partners, Family Advocates, or Family Navigators. Family support partners draw on personal experience, having raised their own children with similar challenges. They can relate to what families are going through and will walk alongside the family as they move through the process.
Some high-fidelity wraparound teams also include a Peer Support Partner, typically a young adult who has overcome similar challenges in the past and may have completed the wraparound process themselves.

High-Fidelity Wraparound Guidelines

Colorado has established guidelines for High-Fidelity Wraparound infrastructure, practice, and outcomes.

High-Fidelity Wraparound Credentialing for Facilitators, Support Partners, Supervisors, and Coaches

Colorado has established credentialing requirements for facilitators, support partners, supervisors, and coaches.


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