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Wraparound Facilitator

The Wraparound Facilitator’s primary responsibility is to facilitate Child and Family Planning Meetings using wrap-around principals that are family-centered, individualized, strengths-based, and outcome-focused. Monterey County Wraparound’s goal is to help children and their families with complex and enduring needs receive intensive treatment in the least restrictive environment that is appropriate.
The focus of Seneca Wraparound programs is to offer family-centered, individualized, culturally relevant, and strength-based support to families with complex and enduring needs. Wraparound works in close partnership with the Department of Social Services, Juvenile Probation, Behavioral Health, and group homes. Wraparound provides strengths-based and outcome-oriented alternatives to group care placements for children and youth by drawing upon community and family strengths. Treatment and support services are tailored to address behaviors and meet family needs, even as they change over time.
Seneca has developed a clinical practice model which integrates ideas and methodologies from three intellectual traditions that are not usually discussed together: attachment theory (to build healthy relationships), learning theory (to replace negative behaviors with positive ones) and systems theory (to address environmental factors). At the core of the Wraparound model is the Family Team, comprised of the child/youth, family members and other adults connected with the child/youth, the County representative who referred the child/youth for Wraparound, and Seneca staff including a Facilitator, Support Counselor, and Family Partner. The Wraparound team builds consensus and leverages the strengths of its members to identify and meet needs that require intervention to support the child/youth and family in reaching their long-term goals.
Seneca Family of Agencies is committed to providing traditionally marginalized communities a network of outstanding mental health, community based, and educational services. We are committed to building a diverse staff and strongly encourages people of color to apply. Our programs are deeply engaged in conversations and trainings on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in order to bring equity and justice to the youth and families we serve.


  • Facilitation of Child and Family Planning Meetings. This includes prepare for the meeting, coordinating attendance, facilitate the meeting, write meeting notes, and distribute them within two days.
  • Case management and coordination of care.
  • Collaborate with county and community partners including but not limited to county social workers, probation officers, outside therapists, psychiatrists, teachers, etc.
  • Travel up to 90-mile service radius.
  • Able to that take into account client and family’s cultural location (race, ethnicity, nationality, class, education, gender, sexual orientation, etc.) and adapts practices accordingly.
  • Complete mental health notes, Family Team Meeting notes, Wrap Action Plan, incident reports, and other documentation as necessary and in a thorough, accurate and timely manner.
  • Intervene with clients’ behavior management programs and provide crisis management as needed.
  • Attend team meetings, weekly trainings, individual and group supervisions and adhere to clinical best practices.
  • Maintain a flexible schedule that includes early mornings, evenings, and occasional weekends.
  • Participate in providing emergency on call response as scheduled (typically 24 hours at a time, three times per month).
  • Function as a program leader and uphold the ideals of the program.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • At least 1-2 years’ experience in the mental health field.
  • Must have demonstrated competence, reliability, and good writing skills in clinical documentation.
  • Demonstrated competence in the skill areas of positive client engagement, communication, and an understanding of the challenges that families involved in the Child Welfare and may be experiencing.
  • Experience working with a diverse population.
  • Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Willing and able to work flexible hours.
  • Own Vehicle, Valid California Driver’s License, and Insurance.
  • Obtain and maintain fingerprint clearances with the DOJ, FBI and Child Abuse Central Index.
  • Proof of Covid-19 vaccination and Booster required. 


  • Starting at $21.00 per hour.
  • Additional compensation provided upon passing bilingual language proficiency exam.
  • Annual performance evaluations provide the potential for a generous salary increase each year.
  • Comprehensive employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and chiropractic coverage, as well as partially paid premiums for dependents.
  • Employer-paid Employee Assistance Plan (EAP).
  • Mileage reimbursement.
  • 4 weeks of flexible paid time off and 11 paid holidays.
  • We provide a 403b retirement plan.
  • Scholarship opportunities, ongoing training, and professional development opportunities.
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Please apply directly through our website by clicking here!