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How to join our network

Certification requirements

Below are the certifications you'll need to meet in order to become a Magellan of Wyoming provider.

Training and Certification

Training begins when a complete provider application is filled out correctly and includes all necessary supporting documents for Family Care Coordinators, Family Support Partners and Youth Support Partners.

Check out our Provider Certification Guide

Respite

  • Read the “Doing the Work” Manual or three-day Wraparound Foundations course
  • Respite class (on line through the High Fidelity Wraparound Process Mentor)

Recertification

Recertification is required on an annual basis. Providers will need to work with their coach to create a Professional Development Plan, complete continuing education hours and have a passing score on completed documentation. Continuing education may take the form of webinars, classes and trainings. The specific requirements for recertification will be sent each year by the Magellan Process Mentor.

Family Care Coordinator Recertification Requirements

  • Professional Development Plan for the next year
  • Wraparound specific continuing education
  • Wraparound-related continuing education
  • Passing Score on the required documentation and observations
  • Demonstrated ability to observe the Magellan timelines and use of the portal

Family Support Partner Recertification

  • Professional Development Plan for the next year
  • Wraparound specific continuing education
  • Specific training on boundaries
  • Continuing education, this will be outlined in the Professional Development Plan
  • Demonstrated ability to observe the Magellan timelines and use of the portal
  • Serve as a Family Support Partner for at least one family during the 12-month period. This would include the same activities as initial certification.
  • If there is any question regarding fidelity to model, the Coach will observe (in person or by video) and score a wraparound activity. A Family Support Partner who is not able to work with a family during the course of the current year will develop a Professional Development Plan with the Coach indicating how re-certification requirements will be met in the following year.

 

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Wraparound goal

“A family will continue to have need and crisis for the rest of their lives. This is a part of being human. The goal of wraparound is that the family will learn to either manage these bumps in the road by themselves or know how to get help and support when they need it.” - Vroon VDB