The Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc. (CHCS) has recently published a practical guide that profiles states and counties that have implemented intensive care coordination using high-quality wraparound for children and youth with serious behavioral health needs.

It outlines key features for established programs with demonstrated cost and quality outcomes, as well as for programs in the early stages of development. The resource is designed to help states and communities that are considering such programs to understand how they can be structured, implemented, and evaluated.


This guide will be of use to CBHI members who want to know more about the evidence-base for wraparound, are seeking outcomes measures for wraparound services, or would like to learn more about what other communities are doing with this approach to behavioral health care.

Click here to read the CHCS July 2014 guide.

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