The care management services you receive are meant to only exist until your family is on its way to achieving your vision. Beginning with the first meeting, you and your Child & Family Team (CFT) will start planning for transition. That process continues at every Child and Family Team meeting. By the time transition happens, your family will have been connected to several community supports, such as the warm line available through Family Based Services.
Moving on from MonmouthCares. . .
While any kind of transition is a change, you should congratulate yourself and your Child and Family Team (CFT) for helping you reach this level of self-empowerment. In fact, transitions happen throughout the wraparound process, and one of them will come when you will no longer need to meet regularly with the Child and Family Team (CFT). Transition may involve a final meeting of the whole team, a small celebration, or simply saying you are ready to move on. As a family, you will receive a Transition ISP which includes your plan for the future, a list of team members you can count on, as well as referrals, and linkage to community resources.