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Service Coordination and High-Fidelity Wraparound

These voluntary, team-based planning processes are child-centered and family-focused, and build on the strengths and needs of the child and family to guide the types and mix of services to be provided. It is critical that services and supports are responsive to the cultural, racial, and ethnic needs and beliefs of the family. To refer a family to Licking County’s CFFC Service Coordination/High Fidelity Wraparound process, contact the Multi-Systems Services Supervisor, Melanie Fling, at 740-670-8916. 

Licking County Children & Families First Council's Early
Childhood Clinical Committee and Older Youth Clinical Committee 

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Licking County Children and Families First Council's Early Childhood Clinical Committee (ECCC) created two videos to help provide an explanation of what our Clinical Committees can do for the community.  

  • This first video is an introduction of each agency representative involved with Clinical Committees through the Children and Family First Council.  This video will help viewers understand who is on our Clinical Committees and what their agencies do for our families in the community.  

Licking County Children and Families First Council Early Childhood Clinical Committee and older youth Clinical Committee Mock Consultation Video

Licking County Children and Families First Council's Early Childhood Clinical Committee (ECCC) created two videos to
help provide an explanation of what our Clinical Committees
can do for the community.  

  • If a practitioner or provider needs resources to support a family, they are invited to come to a meeting and
    brainstorm with our ECCC or older youth Clinical
    Committee members. This second video is a mock consultation designed to familiarize you with the process
    so that you are more likely to request a consultation and
    feel confident in explaining the process to the family.

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Licking County's ENGAGE Leadership Committee works with partners to support successful
transitions of older youth to adulthood. The committee created a 
pocket resource guide  that
   provides information on local resources and helpful apps., and a 
Resource binder that provides
more detailed information and resources to help youth become independent. 

Binder Contents include: 

VerificationsBirth Certificate, Social Security Card

Medical-Medical care/Medical Card/Insurance InfoSexual HealthHealth Care Power of Attorney

Education and Selective Service- Transcript, FAFSA info, GED, IEP/504 Plan, Selective Service

Employment- OMJ/CCMEP

Housing- What you need to know when looking for housingLandlord lists, Vacant Unit List,  Roommate QuestionnaireBasic Household necessities, Apartment (Home) Maintenance, Fair Market Rent info., Ohio Landlord &Tenant Law, Bridges program for youth who have emancipated out of foster care.

Important Things to Know - Drivers License, Vehicle Upkeep, Money Saving TipsBudgeting, Consumer Protection, Taxes

Community Resources -Pocket Resources GuidePublic AssistanceFood pantries
Phone minutes

Pregnancy and Parenting resources, Library resources

Programs for children and families

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Behavioral Healthcare Partners (BHP)

BHP offers a full continuum of behavioral health care for children, adults, and families.  

Services for children and adolescents include

Case Management

Early Childhood Mental Health

Outpatient Counseling

School-Based Programs and mobile crisis services.

Childbirth Education


Learn about relaxation, breathing techniques, labor, delivery and your newborn. This class is for expectant mothers and their coaches. For more information on registering for a class or class offerings, please call (220) 564-3388 or email

LEADS Head Start


LEADS Head Start/Early Head Start is a leader in Early Childhood Education. Through an alliance of families, staff and community, we foster an environment of diversity to celebrate individuality and inner strength while promoting life-long learning to sustain the development of good citizenship.  Early Head Start home-visiting is for children under age 3,  and Head Start is a center based program.

Newborn Nurse Home Visiting


The Licking County Health Dept. provides free home visits for families with newborns. A nurse checks the baby's health, provides breast feeding support if needed, and provides other information and referrals to the family,

The Woodlands 


The Woodlands provides many different services to families and children in our community. Our services are designed to meet the physical, psychological and emotional needs of people facing challenges. The Center for New Beginnings Shelter & Services, Helping Children Succeed After Divorce Seminar, and more.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Licking & Perry Counties


Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18.. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people. 

Flying Colors Public School Preschool


Flying Colors Public Preschool offers early learning experiences to give your child an academic and social advantage for success in school and in life.  Our schools offers  preschool and readiness programs for children age three to six.  Each site is fully-licensed by the Ohio Department of Education.  

Licking Co. Board of Developmental Disabilities


We support families with children birth through age 21 who experience developmental delays, or children birth to age 3 with a mental or physical condition that is likely to result in a delay. We offer service coordination to help plan for the future and find service options, family support services and other resources.

Pathways of Central Ohio
Active Parenting First 5 Years for parents of young children, Active Parenting for parents of children ages 5 to 12, and Active Parenting Teens for parents of pre-teens & teens- 
Workshops use videos, activities and group discussion to teach important skills for parenting. 
Incredible Years programs give parents and caregivers strategies to help children start school ready to learn. 


YES Clubhouse


Youth Engaged in Service (YES) After School and Summer Program is a program of Mental Health America of Licking County.. Staff and adult volunteers provide mentoring, tutoring, life-skills and anger management classes, along with a daily meal. Membership is free.

Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH) 


BCMH assists Licking County families with children who have special needs:.   Chronic Pulmonary Disease, Diabetes, Juvenile Arthritis, Cystic Fibrosis, Cancer, Cleft Lip/Palate, Cerebral Palsy, Hemophilia, Spina Bifida, Hearing Loss, Heart Defects and Seizure disorders. 

Car Seats


The Licking County Health Department provides car seats for low income families without child safety seats. Parents are trained on proper installation and use of the seats and the seat is properly secured in the car by a trained car safety seat technician.

Help Me Grow


Help Me Grow is a program for expectant parents, newborns, infants
and toddlers and provides health and developmental services so children start
school healthy and ready to learn.

LAPP provides integrated treatment and recovery services for individuals and families experiencing behavioral health issues including alcohol and drug-related problems. Adolescent services include assessments, individual and group counseling. Basic alcohol and drug education is also offered.

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Licking County Children Services


Child Protective services offers a wide range of social services coordinated and delivered on behalf of children who are at risk of abuse or neglect. Licking County JFS receives reports alleging abuse or neglect 24 hours per day every day of the year. 

Mental Health America of Licking County 


Free parenting classes offered day or evening; various topics relating to specific problem behaviors. Evidenced based programs are used including Parenting Inside Out and Triple P, which gives parents simple tips to help manage the big and small problems of family life. 

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The Village Network

Centered around a trauma informed care approach, The Village Network combines the best proven practices with evidence based programs, including home and community based services, residential treatment and treatment foster care.
Women, Infants, and Children (W.I.C.) 


WIC provides supplemental foods, health care referrals and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

YouthMOVE Ohio


YouthMOVE is a national youth led organization devoted to improving services and systems that support positive growth and development by uniting the voices of individuals who have lived experience in various systems including mental health, juvenile justice, education and child welfare

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