Safe at Home
Safe-at-Home West Virginia in an innovative approach to providing child welfare and community services to youth ages 12-18 who have a severe emotional disability and are at-risk of residential placement or currently in residential placement needing to transition back to their community. This state program seeks to serve youth and their families in their communities by wrapping needed services and supports around the family.
Safe-at-Home is wraparound based on the evidence informed and evidence based National Wraparound Initiative.
What can families expect?
- A team of informal and professional supports to rally around them and help them develop a plan for their family and youth.
- A voice that guides the decisions and the process.
- 24-hour support in times of crisis.
- A team that doesn’t give up.
Safe at Home services are offered throughout West Virginia
Learn more by visiting West Virginia’s Bureau for Children and Families website.