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Pikes Peak Respite Services is proud to provide our community with High Fidelity Wraparound (HFW) services, including Intensive Support and Transition Support, as part of our commitment to supporting families with complex needs. HFW is a personalized and culturally-responsive approach to care coordination that aims to empower families, fostering self-efficacy and promoting overall well-being. By prioritizing the unique needs of each family, HFW ensures a comprehensive and effective plan is implemented.
HFW services are designed for children and youth who are at risk of out-of-home placement. Our skilled facilitators bring together various agencies, informal supports, and neutral parties to ensure a balanced and collaborative approach to care coordination. We are dedicated to integrating the planning process with HFW principles, which involves a multidisciplinary team of professionals, including mental and physical health providers, school district representatives, and agency representatives.
As part of the HFW process, families and youth also benefit from the support of peers who have lived experience, providing invaluable insight and guidance. At Pikes Peak Respite Services, we are fully committed to offering the highest level of support to families in need, and we firmly believe that HFW is an essential component of our mission.
Natural supports play a crucial role in the Wraparound process, as they are individuals who are already part of the family's circle or involved in their lives. These supports commit to helping the family become self-sustainable in the community and actively participate in at least half of the strategies outlined in the Wraparound plan. By leveraging the strengths and resources within the family's existing network, HFW promotes long-term success and resilience.
The Wraparound team holds several important responsibilities, including maintaining a non-judgmental and strengths-based perspective. They actively listen with an open mind, acknowledging and validating feelings and beliefs without negative reactions. Furthermore, the team goes beyond surface behaviors to consider past trauma, emotions, challenges, and deeper struggles experienced by family members. Team members are accountable for completing action items, integrating planning with the Wraparound process, and promptly communicating with the facilitator if any meetings are missed.
HFW is an individualized approach aimed at assisting children with mental health or behavioral challenges. It involves collaboration between service providers, support team members, the child, and their family or caregiver(s) to achieve success in various settings, including home, school, and the community. The planning process brings together individuals from different areas of the family's life, encouraging coordinated activities and blending perspectives to address the family's situation holistically. The family and young person take the lead in defining the team's vision and goals, and together, they develop creative and individualized services and supports to help achieve those goals. The team members work collaboratively to implement the plan, monitor its effectiveness, and make necessary adjustments along the way.
The HFW process consists of four distinct phases: Engagement, Planning, Implementation, and Transition. These phases equip the family with the necessary skills and resources to manage their own needs and navigate future challenges successfully.
To qualify for the CHRP waiver, children must be between the ages of 0 and 20, eligible for Health First Colorado, qualify for developmental disability services through the Community Centered Board in their area, and have extraordinary needs, including complex behavioral and/or medical support requirements that put them at risk of or in need of out-of-home placement or institutional care. Children who meet these qualifications are eligible for the CHRP waiver, regardless of child-welfare involvement.
At Pikes Peak Respite Services, we accept the CHRP waiver, as well as other funding sources, to ensure accessibility and affordability for families seeking HFW services.
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Effective date: November 06, 2018
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