Start time:  9 a.m. -  End Time: 6:00 p.m.
PP-I 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
(Lunch is provided)
PP-II 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
All  classes start promptly and no one will be allowed after the start times.
Parents it is your responsibility to call and confirm your attendance.
120 Second Street Suite 5
Monroe, Georgia 30655
Tel:(770) 207- 5300

Directions to parenting classes
TAKE HWY 11 (toward downtown Monroe which turns into second street)
and large brick building on Right
Course Application
Course Schedule
Wraparound is a planning process that is designed to create an individualized plan to meet the needs of
children and their families by utilizing their strengths.  Wraparound is an established vehicle for delivery of
services and supports to children and families with severe and multiple needs and risks being served by
multiple agencies. Wraparound refers to an individually designed set of services and supports provided to
children with serious emotional disturbance or serious mental illness and their families that includes treatment
services, personal support services or any other supports necessary to maintain the child in the family home.
Wraparound services are to be developed through a team approach that includes the child/youth, parent(s) or
guardians, other services providers/agencies, schools, extended family and friends and others that the child
and/or family identifies that work together toward a common mission.  Wraparound services are a particularly
effective approach in serving children served by multiple systems.   
      Wrap Around Services
              Comprehensive Child and Family Assessments
Family assessments are used to assist decision-making regarding placement of children entering foster care. A
formalized assessment known as the Child and Family Comprehensive Assessment (CCFA) is initiated soon
after the child enters care. The child and his/her family, both immediate and extended, are engaged in the
assessment process. Family-centered approaches such as Family Team Meetings and Multi-Disciplinary Team
Staffings are effective ways to involve the family in assessment, planning and decision-making around the
needs of the child. The Family Assessment is the foundation of the family case plan and will also assist judges,
CASAs (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Citizen Panels, and other providers working with the child and
family to gain a better understanding of the:

•Degree of parent-child attachment and where the child feels a sense of belonging;
•Child's extended family as a potential resource for support and/or the placement of the child;
•Family's history and/or patterns of behavior; e.g., prior CPS involvement or foster care placements, past
experience with handling crisis, problems with addiction, criminal behavior, etc.;
•Strengths and resources from which the family can tap;
•Core needs of the family which, at a minimum, must be changed or corrected for the child to be safely returned
within a reasonable period of time;
•Probability of the child returning home or the likelihood of an alternative permanency plan; and
•Identified medical, emotional, social, educational and placement-related needs of the child.
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