Our clients are providing equitable access to resources, services, and opportunity. 

Take a glimpse at a few of our clients' wraparound centers... we think you'll be impressed

The HUB at Gainesville High School

We worked with leaders in Gainesville over a period of 3 years to create their wraparound center--The Hub--in partnership with their community. Recognized by Georgia School Board Association with the Leading Edge Award, Gainesville High School is an exemplar in wraparound services. 

Banneker High School 

Banneker SAFE (Student and Family Engagement) Center opened its doors in 2017. Since then, Banneker High School was awarded United Way's Partnership Champion Award at State of the Children: Progress through Partnerships. They continue to work to remove barriers to student achievement and life success.

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Columbia County

Columbia County, with five high schools, began their wraparound journey in 2017 when we facilitated a conversation with community leaders about the need for a holistic approach to student achievement, health, and wellness. The graphic above summarized the aspirations the leaders have for their students.

 

Since then, they have launched wraparound services fully grounded in student voice to provide equitable access to services, resources, and opportunity. 

Peoria Wraparound Center

In 2017, Dr. Sharon Kherat called us to facilitate a meeting with leaders in Peoria to asset map their community to build a wraparound center to address a kaleidoscope of barriers their students face. Since then, they have mobilized their community to open The Wraparound Center to serve not only their families but the community as well.

 

During COVID, they continued to look for ways to support the whole child. Check out their virtual relaxing rooms for those needing a place to regroup and refocus.