Wraparound Milwaukee Care Coordination

Wraparound Milwaukee Care coordination services are provided to youth up to age 19, who are experiencing significant mental health or emotional health issues, and are placed on a court order through the Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services, or Delinquency and Court Services. Our Care Coordinators support families in creating a family-centered, and strength-based plan. Care Coordinators work with community partners to address other areas of need, so the child and family can complete their court-ordered requirements successfully. After the required court order has been met, families may elect to continue support on a voluntary basis. 

REACH Care Coordination

REACH Care coordination services is a voluntary program open to families who are in need of ongoing mental health or emotional health services. Once enrolled, families will be provided a Care Coordinator to work with until they have achieved their established goals. Please contact Wraparound Milwaukee at (414) 257-7607 to request an assessment.

Coordinated Opportunities for Recovery and Empowerment (CORE)

Coordinated Opportunities for Recovery and Empowerment (CORE) is a coordinated team approach consisting of a Clinician, Care Coordinator, Peer Specialist, Psychiatrist, and Employment Specialist serving youth and young adults at the first episode of psychosis. The CORE Team provides intensive support while also focusing on developing a comprehensive plan of care with the individual to reach recovery goals. 

Returning to Success (RTS) Re-Entry Program

In collaboration with Delinquency Management and Children’s Court, La Causa provides case management for families while a child is placed in a correctional institution. The RTS Coordinator will advocate for the child, and help families through the process. Once the youth is discharged from correctional placement, the RTS Coordinator will work with the family to establish goals, and connect them to community resources which will allow them to transition more successfully back into the community.