Wraparound Facilitator
Personal Involvement Center
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Post Date: Sep 27, 2022
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - California - Lancaster
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Description
JOB SUMMARY:
Facilitator is a direct service provider to Wraparound clients and families; facilitates the Wraparound process, and functions as lead to the team's work within the Child and Family Team. The Facilitator initiates contact with new clients and families and interfaces with the client's county workers, the Interagency Screening Committee, and the court system. The Facilitator attends all Child and Family Team meetings both in the agency office, at the families' homes, and in the community. The Facilitator leads team meetings, facilitates team communication, supervises the Child and Family Specialists, and updates the Plans of Care. The Facilitator oversees program adherence to the County contract and to established Systems of Care (SOC) protocols and procedures.
SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES:
• Promote the success of the persons supervised through regular feedback, encouragement, coaching and training;
• Ensure the Wraparound philosophy is followed at each level of the program by the team members;
• Model healthy teamwork practices as evidenced by daily communication with the
team, cooperation with and support of the team's plans;
• Directly lead team of assigned Child and Family Specialist & Parent Partner;
• The Facilitator works collaboratively with other team members, public and private agencies, and community support systems;
• Initiates contact with new clients and families according to protocol, observing timeframes;
• Attend and participate in Wraparound trainings, as required;
• Ensure the protocol and procedures of PIC and the program are adhered to by assigned team;
• Assist in developing the configuration of the Child and Family Team (CFT);
• Ensure CFT meetings are scheduled and that all assigned team members are present, Facilitate the process in the CFT meetings to help produce and update an individualized service and support plan (Plan of Care) as well as a stabilization plan, a crisis plan, a school crisis plan, and plan for transition.
• Ensure the Wraparound Plan of Care reflect family-centered practice strategies and family decision-making
•Responsible for keeping the Interagency Screening Committee (ISC) informed of the families' progress, reviews the Plans of Care, the special Incident Reports, crisis situations, needs and special circumstances;
•Ensure that the Plans of Care are implemented and services are delivered as outlined by the ISC
•Actively participates in ISC meetings by gathering and providing case information, offering ideas, monitoring the team's involvement, supporting the team, etc. Assists in developing budgets in the Plans of Care and is responsible for managing Flexible Funds;
•Responsible for and participates in updating client records, and as requested by the Quality Assurance Coordinator according to protocol;
•Complete DMH notes (if qualified) and Progress Notes by adhering to deadlines; and by observing proper grammar, spelling, and format, as required;
•Review assigned team's Department of Mental Health (DMH) notes and Progress Notes, adheres to deadlines; requires the proper format and codes; reasonably calls for proper grammar and spelling; and forwards the notes to the Program Coordinator; as required
•Complete Department of Mental Health documentation, as required


Skills
Minimum Bachelor's Degree in a Behavioral Science or Human Services preferred; or related social services experience working with children and/or families. should have family and group process experience.

Notes
Ability to read and interpret documents, such as case notes, policies and procedures, and safety rules. Ability to write routine case notes, reports, correspondence and program policies and procedures.


Contact Details

Email: hr@picservices.org