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  • What exactly is the WRAP Program?

    Since 1997, WRAP has offered school-based therapeutic, skill-building, and supportive services in Douglas County Schools.  WRAP employs full-time Master’s Level Social Workers who are employed by Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center and licensed in the State of Kansas by the Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board.  WRAP is available to ALL students in participating schools. 

    What kinds of services does the WRAP program offer?

    WRAP provides a wide range of services including, but not limited to: individual and/or small group counseling, skill building in response to discipline referrals, parent and family support, teacher support, crisis intervention, student advocacy, communication between school / home / community, linking families and children to available resources for social / emotional development and for academic support, assistance with after-school programs and activities, mediation, service to educational teams (SIT, SST, SPED, CARE), and educational and skill building groups (friendship, divorce, leadership, etc.).

    Who do I contact with questions about WRAP?

    Free State has two WRAP Therapists: Katie Coldham is assigned to students with last names A-M and Nicole Koroma is assigned to students with last names N-Z.  Please reach out with any questions or conerns, kcoldham@usd497.org or nkoroma@usd497.org.