WISe/Wraparound is a team based planning process for youth with complex needs and their families designed to help produce better outcomes for youth so that they can live in their homes and communities and realize their hopes and dreams.
- A team of individuals who are relevant to the well-being of a youth (family members, service providers, school staff, community members, and natural supports) will be developed;
- This team will collaboratively develop and implement an individualized plan of care, monitor the efficacy of the plan, and work towards success over time.
To request a referral for King County WISe/Wraparound, you may contact the King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division or the agency serving the youth’s home school district. Please see the contact information below.
|King County Behavioral Health and
To request a screen or referral form:
Phone: 206-263-8957 or 206-263-9006
Referral forms may be submitted to:
|School Districts||Agency||Contact Information|
|Bellevue, Lake Washington, and Northshore
||Phone: (206) 631-8887
Fax: (206) 362-7152
Sound - Bellevue Office
|Phone: (425) 653-4914
Fax: (425) 653-4910
|Seattle, Shoreline, and Mercer Island||Community Psychiatric Clinic||Phone: (206) 250-0851
Fax: (206) 547-5265
|Skykomish, Riverview, Snoqualmie,
Issaquah, and Tahoma
|Phone: (425) 292-0743
Fax: (425) 292-0842
Vashon Island, Highline, Tukwila,
|Sound - Tukwila Office||Phone: (206) 451-9544
Fax: (206) 444-3610
|Kent, Enumclaw, Federal Way,
|Valley Cities||Effective March 1st, 2019
Phone: (206) 408-5246
Fax: (253) 856-1025
Children/youth up to 21 years of age, living in King County, who consent, along with their caregiver/guardian, to participate and who
1. Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe)
- are Medicaid Eligible;
- have a qualifying mental health diagnosis; and
- have concerning behaviors at home, school and in the community that meet clinical criteria for the program.
2. Local Wraparound
- are not on or eligible for Medicaid;
- have concerning behaviors at home, school and in the community that meet clinical criteria for the program; and
- are enrolled in at least 2 of the following services: mental health therapy, substance use therapy, special education, Children’s Administration, Juvenile Justice, or Developmental Disabilities Administration.
3. Additional Eligibility
- Youth, up to age 17.5, who may be may be in need of admission to a more restrictive mental health setting such as the Children's Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP).
WISe/Wraparound staff will contact the referent and/or youth and family by to gather additional information to determine eligibility based on the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strength (CANS) Screen tool.