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Frequently Asked Questions about The Children’s Partnership

What is The Children’s Partnership (TCP)

The Children’s Partnership (TCP) provides services and supports to children, and youth with complex mental health needs by partnering with their families and caregivers.  We partner with families and develop an individualized plan of care that builds on the strengths of the child, the family, and the team. The team consists of the child, family and persons that are identified by the family and those currently working with the youth and or family. The child, youth and family voice are vital to the team process.  The Children’s Partnership uses a process called wraparound.

The Children’s Partnership works collaboratively with   multiple community based agencies and organizations to prevent duplication of services and to use available community resources wisely.  

Services are provided in the families’ home, at community locations, and virtually. using the wraparound process. Parents and families are acknowledged as experts in their child’s life.

All referrals to TCP come through the Travis County Community Resource Coordination Group (CRCG) meeting called Community Partners for Children (CPC).  Please visit the CRCG-CPC portion of this site for more information.

Submit CRCG-CPC Meeting Inquiry Form

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