Wraparound supports are individualized services that bring multiple systems together with the child or adolescent and family to provide a highly individualized plan to meet the unique needs of the student.
In-school wraparound is a key component on the continuum of a schoolwide system of Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS). PBIS schools which have achieved certain levels of fidelity and who are ready for training in a process for school staff supporting youth and families with complex needs should contact the Wisconsin PBIS Network.
In Wisconsin, most counties and tribes have a Coordinated Services Team. A team, consisting of school staff, community services providers, family members, and the student work closely together to develop an individualized care plan that includes intervention, culturally and linguistically relevant services, and progress monitoring in the community, home, and school setting.
Learn more about Coordinated Services Teams in Wisconsin communities at this CST Module (coming soon).