Wraparound Evaluation and Research Team

Resources for Current Collaborators

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The Wraparound Fidelity Index, version (WFI-4) is a series of four interviews administered to Wraparound facilitators, caregivers or parents, youth (age 11 or older), and team members. Interviews take approximately 15-40 minutes and are completed through brief, confidential telephone calls or face-to-face meetings. Interviews result in quantitative summaries of Wraparound fidelity for the program or community.



The Wraparound Fidelity Index, short form (WFI-EZ) is a brief, self-administered survey which can be completed on paper or online via tablet or smartphone. The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and respondents answer questions in three categories: Experience in Wraparound, Outcomes, and Satisfaction. Data result in quantitative summaries of fidelity, satisfaction, and outcomes. 

TOM 2.0


The Team Observation Measure, version 2 (TOM 2.0) is designed to assess adherence to standards of high-quality Wraparound during team meeting sessions. Working alone or in pairs, trained raters indicate the whether or not each indicator was in evidence during the Wraparound team meeting session. Similar to the WFI, quantitative results of fidelity are reported to programs and can be used for training, coaching, or direct supervision. 

If you need access to the TOM version 1 materials, please contact us



The Community Supports for Wraparound Inventory (CSWI) is intended to measure how well a local system supports the implementation of the Wraparound process. The CSWI assesses the system context for Wraparound as opposed to the fidelity to the practice model for an individual child and family. The survey is completed online and results in a profile of community strengths and needs regarding Wraparound implementation.

Please contact wrapeval@uw.edu for more information on collaboration for the CSWI.



The Document Assessment and Review Tool (DART) is implemented locally by trained reviewers and uses source material from family case records related to the Wraparound process to assess adherence to standards of high-quality Wraparound that are expected to be captured in routine documentation.

Please contact wrapeval@uw.edu for more information or interest in becoming a pilot site for the DART. 

Training Materials




The Wraparound Structured Assessment and Review (WrapSTAR) process combines WFAS tools into comprehensive fidelity and outcomes scores based on key practice elements of the NWI Wraparound model. It produces additional information on implementation supports and community and system conditions which provides invaluable context and information for developing meaningful quality improvement initiatives. 

For more information on WrapSTAR, please contact the WERT Research Scientist, Jennifer Schurer Coldiron



WrapTrack is an online data entry and reporting system for the Wraparound Fidelity Assessment System (WFAS) tools. Collaborators enter data into the system and can generate tool-specific fidelity reports. All licensed WFAS collaborators may gain access to WrapTrack and receive ongoing technical assistance from WERT. 

Data entered into the WrapTrack system is also used to help generate our National Mean scores for comparison with sites when attempting to establish benchmarks.