High Fidelity Wraparound (HFWA) providers
Family care coordinator (FCC)
A person who is trained to coordinate the Wraparound Process for an individual family. This person may also be called a facilitator, navigator, wraparound specialist, resource facilitator or some other term. The person in this role may change over time, depending on what the family thinks is working best. For example, a parent, caregiver, or other team member may take over facilitating team meetings after a period of time.
Family support partner (FSP)
A person who has experienced wraparound. This person is a formal member of the team. His or her role is to serve as a partner, peer mentor, coach, educator, advocate and resource for family members.
Youth support partner (YSP)
A young adult between the ages of 18 and 26 who has personal experience with the system of care as a youth with behavioral health needs. This person can be a member of the wraparound team if the youth or young adult requests it. Similar to the family support partner, the youth support partner’s role is to serve as a partner, peer mentor, coach, educator, advocate and resource for youth.
Youth and family training and support (YFT)
A support service provided in group settings by family and youth support partners (FSPs and YSPs).
A short-term, temporary service that provides relief for families from the daily burdens of care.