a philosophy of care and correlated services which are inclusive of a planning procedure involving concerned relatives, central person, and service providers. It results in a greatly personalized group of closely-tied community services and organic reinforcements for the individual and the family, that reaches a multitude of intervention outcomes.

WRAPAROUND SERVICES: "An example of wraparound services can include after school programs for at-risk youth. "
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