The ten Wraparound Principles are key to the Safe at Home West Virginia program. Learn more about the ninth principle, Unconditional.
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Learn more about how Safe at Home West Virginia is using the Wraparound Principle of being Strengths-Based to support and help West Virginia families.
Safe at Home is moving full speed ahead by bringing youth from out of state and in state residential care to their homes and communities. Learn more about how KVC and Safe at Home West Virginia are using the Wraparound Principles to make that happen.
KVC is highlighting the 10 National Wraparound Initiative wraparound principles each month. Read more to learn about Cultural Competence in the blog post below.
Learn how KVC uses the Wraparound principle of being Community-Based as part of its participation in the Safe at Home West Virginia program.
Collaboration is one of the 10 Wraparound Principles that KVC is using to bring Safe at Home West Virginia to life.
Learn more about how KVC and Safe at Home are using the NWI Wraparound Principles to influence treatment and bring children home.
Safe at Home West Virginia is a program that is bringing children from out of state care home. Learn more about Safe at Home’s use of the Wraparound Principles.
KVC West Virginia is in the beginning stages of implementing Safe at Home West Virginia, an initiative to bring children and youth in out-of-home care back to a family setting with relatives, foster or adoptive families. Learn more about the 10 Wraparound Principles put forth by the National Wraparound Initiative and how they play a role in this new initiative.