Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center
Community Supports Services Team Charter
Revised: September 2016
The Community Supports Services Team is charged with the responsibility for overseeing any and all activities, policies, procedures, practices, philosophy and culture related to pro-social supports at WWRC. Further this team is charged with insuring those pro-social supports are person-centered positive and increase the likelihood of a successful vocational outcome for all members of the WWRC community. This is accomplished by:
Wrap around supports at WWRC are defined as: A person-centered series of programs and services to develop problem-solving skills, coping skills, and self-efficacy to increase the likelihood of a successful vocational outcome for all members of our community.
Scope of Authority:
The Behavior Steering Committee is a leadership committee with the authority to implement and insure compliance with operational policies, procedures, and practices related to individual, group, or community intervention at WWRC. This committee also has the authority to implement or phase out any program or service related to behavior intervention or behavior change.
1. Rehabilitation Counseling Manager
2. Director of Vocational Training Services
3. Director of Behavioral Health
4. Dean of Students &
Division Director, Residential Services
5. Behavioral Coordinator
6. Safety and Risk Management
7. Chief of Campus Police
8. Director of Medical Services
Other members may be added for consultative purposes on an as needed basis. The chair of this committee shall be appointed by the Center Director.
This committee shall meet once per month to conduct routine business. Additional meetings may be scheduled on an as needed basis.
Performance measures for this team: