Safe at Home Wraparound Facilitator
at KVC Health Systems

Date Posted: 6/16/2019

Job Description

The wraparound Facilitator will be responsible for direct service coordination and wraparound service implementation in the facilitator role. The Wraparound Facilitator works to build a child welfare system that is safe, secure, and stable, family centered, connected to the community; and which relies on evidence based practice necessary to support service. the Wraparound Facilitator collaborates with community partners and agencies to ensure that timelines for engagement and planning, implementation, maintenance, transition and aftercare are met and that services are provided effectively and within wraparound principles.

Other duties may be assigned according to the qualification of staff and development of programs.

• The Wraparound Facilitator works to build a child welfare system that is safe, secure, and stable; family centered, connected to the community; and which relies on evidence based practice necessary to support services.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will act as a facilitator of the Safe at Home treatment team while giving and soliciting feedback on client and family progress.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will work with the family to define and engage Formal and Natural supports.
• The Wraparound Facilitator collaborates with community partners and agencies to ensure resources are being utilized effectively/efficiently.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will work with all parties involved to ensure that timelines for Engagement and Planning, Implementation, Maintenance, Transition and Aftercare are met and that services are provided effectively and within Wraparound principles.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will be trained in CANS and CAPS and will maintain certification in both areas.
• The Wraparound Facilitator provides services to biological family members such as CAPS assessments, parenting, visitation, and transportation.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will provide an assessment (to be determined by the Director of Safe at Home) to all family members involved in the Safe at Home program. The Wraparound Facilitator will provide a written summary of this in accordance with Safe at Home guidelines.
• The Wraparound Facilitator works with the family through each phase in the Wraparound process, with a frequency, intensity, and duration of service provision defined by the Wraparound Team and adjusted as dictated throughout each phase.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will make required face to face home visits to the foster/adoptive and biological home a minimum of one time per week and more often as prescribed by the treatment plan.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will hold at least one family team meeting per month.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will attend all Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) meetings. The Wraparound Facilitator will attend all IEP meetings.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will travel (possibly to multiple counties in a service area) and be able to work in homes of families that are served.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will be willing to travel to Residential Facilities (both in state and out of state) who are serving youth that are transitioning home from the out of home care system.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will be knowledgeable in the areas of child development, parenting skills, mental health, Wraparound, and trauma.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will work with other KVC team members to provide the family training and education on supporting youth who are transitioning from the out of home care system. The Wraparound Facilitator will be educated in the Building Bridges Initiatives.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will participate in any trainings that are set forth by KVC or DHHR to learn about Safe at Home. Wraparound Facilitator will attend follow up trainings and educate families and staff accordingly.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will ensure that all Child Placing, Safe at Home, Joint Commission, and Medicaid standards are met through documentation and keeping the child and families’ charts up to date.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will have knowledge of Medically and Socially Necessary service techniques and how to properly document these services.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will have knowledge of de-escalation techniques.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will participate in a 24 hour on- call rotation.
• Ensures that all aftercare visits are scheduled, attended, and outcomes are reported to Supervisor.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will work with all community members involved in the child’s life including the birth family and other natural supports in which the family relies. The Wraparound Facilitator will work with the team to gradually shift the family from the use of professional to natural supports.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will provide supervised visitation (as warranted) and will document the outcome of the visits.
• The Wraparound Facilitator will have a good working relationship with the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR).
• Meets with Director of Safe at Home for a minimum of one hour bi-weekly to provide supervision.
• Participate in administrative supervision as requested.
• Responsible for meeting performance expectations including contract requirements, timelines, regulations and laws.
• Provides direct services per program, state, and contract guidelines.
• Ensures services are in compliance with all regulatory standards and contract terms and conditions.
• Completes all required paperwork and follows agency policies and procedures within timelines, to ensure smooth paperwork flow.
• Attends and participates in all scheduled meetings, court hearings, consultations, and staff meetings, as required.
• Acquires and develops resources to meet identified needs of clients and staff.
• Provides positive feedback to clients, families, community team members and staff.
• Provides culturally relevant and sensitive services to clients and ensures staff do the same.
• Provides back up support to contract services as requested.
• Observes children for signs of abuse and/or neglect.
• Maintains working relationships and communications with DHHR and other community partners.
• Understands contract requirements and work to improve contract specific outcomes.
• Attend meetings, seminars, and other educational functions as identified by the supervisor or agency director.
• Complete Relias Learning Core Competencies for Wraparound Facilitators and annual courses according to agency schedule.
• Obtain 40 CEUs per year, including 20 by June 30. Obtain CEUs as required by licensure and maintain all licensure requirements.

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Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type: Full-Time
  • Location: Beckley, WV
  • Job Type: Other
  • Experience: Not Specified
  • Date Posted: 6/16/2019

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