The 3 Rivers Wraparound Learning Center provides training for each role that operates within the wraparound process. Each offered training is designed to teach team members the skills needed to fulfill their role on the team, as well as provide new tools to equip team members to work successfully with families. Our training also emphasizes how each role fits into the greater wraparound philosophy to create cohesive teams and in turn positively impact families.         

What is the 3 Rivers Wraparound Program?

3 Rivers Wr3rlc-logoaparound Program partners with families and communities to coordinate care and supportive services for at-risk youth in Benton and Franklin Counties in Washington State. The vision of this unique program is to demonstrate that youth who have challenging emotional and behavioral health needs can be best served in their own home within their own communities, using a team approach that is strengths-based, LCS-Logo-Tagline-Color-Smallfamily centered, and cost-effective. The program will coordinate the efforts of system service providers with natural supports identified by the family and the youth in a way that builds on family strengths and promotes the family’s security and well-being.. The 3 Rivers Wraparound Program is operated within Lutheran Community Services Northwest and has been a successful program for the last 13 years.

What is ohana coaching?

Laura Burger Lucas, owner of ohana coaching, offers training, coaching and facilitation support to systems and communities that care for adults, youth and families.

Laura Burger Lucasohana-logo is a professional child and family team coach with experience in behavioral health, child welfare, juvenile justice, and education.  She is the creator of over 200 curricula and training materials on wraparound and other empowerment models, and has been an invited speaker and workshop presenter at regional and national conferences for the last 25 years.

Laura has worked in a variety of roles including care coordinator, supervisor, manager, and agency administrator.  As the parent of a young adult with a life-long history of multi-system involvement, she has also experienced helping systems as both a provider and a consumer. Laura has drawn on lived experience to inform her work as an advocate, trainer, coach and consultant in ten states and the District of Columbia.