High-Fidelity Wraparound (HFW) is a process within the framework of a System of Care. HFW is an evidence-based approach to family-driven, teambased, collaborative planning for developing and implementing individualized care plans for children and youth with significant mental illness, emotional disturbance and/or behavioral disorders.

HFW is not case management, it is the Department of Human Services’ (DHS) highest intensity service coordination with the goal of ensuring youth with acute needs are able to remain in their homes, schools and communities without the need for residential or out-of-home services.

HFW Facilitators are credentialed to facilitate this high-intensity, high-frequency intervention to families of youth with complex needs who meet referral criteria and traditional methods of service delivery have not been effective.

The national System of Care philosophy is based on the following core values and guiding principles:


Community based

Family driven

Youth Guided

Culturally and linguistically competent


Broad array of effective services and supports

Individualized, wraparound practice approach

Least restrictive settings

Family and youth partnerships

Service coordination

Cross-agency collaboration

Services for young children

Services for youth and young adults in transition to adulthood

Linkage with promotion, prevention and early identification


High-Fidelity Wraparound Phases


Parents/ Family

No matter the reason you need support right now, your care plan should be as unique as you.

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With High-Fidelity Wraparound, your voice matters. 

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Find out if you, your child or someone you know qualifies for High-Fidelity Wraparound

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Together, we help families achieve the success you know they can.


Stabilization & Mobile Response

Is your child in crisis?  We work with you and your family to create a plan that fits your needs

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