Connecting to Care Helps Families

Having a child with behavioral health needs can be challenging at times – we are here to help! Wrap CT offers several resources that can help you understand options, choose care, and coordinate multiple providers and resources.


Community collaboratives are local groups whose members meet regularly to discuss behavioral health care within the community. Families are encouraged to attend to learn about resources needed, support system change, and to share their personal experiences with the child’s behavioral health issues. Providers, educators, and other caregivers also attend these meetings, allowing for family members to learn options to better manage their child’s behavioral health issues.

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Care Coordination

Care Coordination is a home-based intervention that uses high fidelity “Wraparound” through the use of the monthly Child and Family Team process. The Child and Family Team meeting is facilitated by the Care Coordinator and is defined as an intensive, individualized care planning and management process.

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