Applicants must meet financial and behavioral health guidelines in order to be enrolled in the Child Mental Health Wraparound program. When an applicant completes an Indiana Application for Health Coverage, the Division of Family Resources will determine if he or she qualifies for health coverage. The Division of Mental Health and Addiction will determine if the behavioral health criteria have been met.
1915(i) Child Mental Health Wraparound exclusionary criteria
A youth with any of the criteria below will not qualify for Child Mental Health Wraparound services:
- Primary Substance Use Disorder
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder (Autism Spectrum Disorder)
- Primary Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Imminent risk of harm to self or others. Any youth identified as not able to feasibly receive intensive community-based services without compromising his/her safety, or the safety of others, will be referred to a facility capable of providing the level of intervention or care needed to keep the youth safe.
- Youth resides in an institutional or residential facility