Community-Based Services

Intensive Case Management (ICM) Wraparound Program

The ICM Wraparound Program serves children and youth who are under the age of 18 and diagnosed with an emotional, behavioral or mental disorder. The goal of ICM Wrap is to provide families with a community-based alternative to counseling for their children who may be at-risk of out-of-home placement.

Through an individualized care model, ICM Wrap works to engage the child, family and other care service providers to address the unique needs and strengths of each family. While similar to the Child & Family Services Home and Community Based Services Waiver Program, the ICM Wrap reaches out to a broader population by serving children as they transition from adolescent to adult services. This process includes the development of a care plan, customized to fit the needs of each family, and implementation and evaluation of the plan. It includes significant collaboration with all parties involved in the family’s treatment, such as vendor services. Some of these vendor services that are offered through ICM Wrap include:

  • Care Coordination
  • Respite;
  • Family support;
  • Crisis response services;
  • Skill building;
  • Intensive in-home services;
  • Tutoring;
  • Pre-vocational services;
  • Mentorship;
  • Therapeutic recreation;
  • Expanded respite services including out-of-home respite; and
  • Challenged-based camp and outward bound experiences.

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