Wrap Facilitator - Child and Adolescent Services | Longview Area


  • Qualified Mental Health Professional


The Wrap Facilitator uses the National Wrap Around Implementation Center (NWIC) Wrap Around model to provide intensive case management services to children and adolescents who are at risk of out-of-home placement due to psychiatric hospitalizations, juvenile justice involvement or CPS involvement.

The Wrap Facilitator needs to be flexible, accepting, strengths-based, team oriented, able to communicate effectively, reliable, and able to drive treatment based on the desired outcomes as determined by the individuals served.

Our service area for this position covers the following counties: Gregg, Harrison, Marion, Rusk, Upshur, and Panola.



(May include but not limited to the following):

  • Provides intensive case management services.
  • Meets with families in their homes, the community, schools, and other locations that may be beneficial to the family.
  • Carries a very small caseload due to the intensity of the services provided as well as severity of cases.
  • Assists families in creating crisis plans.
  • Assist clients in identifying and articulating their requests and needs for services and supports.
  • Identifies needs and strengths of the family.
  • Assists in the development of a team of natural and professional supports to assist the family in achieving their goals.
  • Negotiate and facilitate the array of services and supports needed to address the client's goals and desired outcomes as identified.
  • Provide behavioral intervention services, training and support to assigned caseload.
  • Ensure planned services and supports are implemented and appropriately documented.
  • Connect consumer with appropriate services and supports, as needed
  • Document all meetings and notes pertaining to consumer plans


The competencies listed here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • Ability to work efficiently and effectively both individually and as part of a team.
  • Ability to appropriately accept feedback through the supervision process - thus displaying the willingness to learn, grow, and improve.
  • Ability and willingness to think "outside the box".
  • Ability to effectively develop and collaborate with a variety of individuals, interdisciplinary teams, and systems.
  • Effective conflict resolution skills.
  • Emergency/Crisis Intervention skills.
  • Demonstrates good clinical insight and judgment.
  • Dedicated to the success of children and family teams.
  • Skilled in speaking in front of groups.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing in the English language.
  • Record data neatly, coherently, accurately, and objectively.
  • Follow service implementation processes designed to meet the needs of people served and funding-source requirements.
  • Ability to proficiently work with computers and electronic records.



  • Bachelor's degree or master's degree in a Human Services field, including but not limited to: psychology, sociology, social work, rehabilitation, counseling.


  • Valid Driver's License


  • Local travel.
  • Field-based assignments require travel within the counties that we serve in this area (Gregg, Harrison, Marion, Rusk, Upshur, and Panola.)


The work environment described here is representative of that which the majority of employee encounter. These conditions may vary by position. Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • The noise level and environmental temperatures may vary depending on location where services are rendered.