THE SINGLE COORDINATED CARE PLAN (SCCP)
The Single Coordinated Care
Plan (SCCP) is a team-based, family-centered care planning process to
help consumers achieve improved outcomes. Initiated in 2000 as a
key part of Milwaukee County's NEXUS: Connecting Families to Recovery
program, the SCCP initially served TANF-eligible persons receiving
substance abuse treatment who were also involved with one or more other
service systems, such as Child Welfare, Corrections, or Wisconsin Works
is now being used as the care planning process in the expanded
Wiser Choice Program.
The SCCP Process involves
teams consisting of the consumer, a facilitator (called a Recovery
Support Coordinator in Wiser Choice) who is trained in
the SCCP and the Wraparound process, representatives of the systems with
which the consumer is involved, and friends, family members, or other
support people for the consumer.
The following principles
guide SCCP development:
The consumer is
central to the process. The SCCP focuses on the consumer's needs
while simultaneously addressing the requirements and mandates of
The SCCP builds on
the consumer's vision and strengths. It is designed to help the
consumer meet his/her needs, as s/he defines them.
service systems, family, friends, and community members work
together to help the consumer meet his/her needs. The SCCP should be
built around available natural supports as much as possible. Support
from service systems may fill in the gaps where the consumer's
family, friends, neighborhoods and faith communities cannot meet
Everyone on the SCCP
team is accountable for doing his/her part.
An important goal of
the SCCP is to help the consumer achieve self-sufficiency in meeting
For a comprehensive look at the SCCP process, view the One Family, One Plan informational guide.
TMG has been involved in all facets of SCCP development and implementation, including:
for Recovery Support Coordinators, Social Workers, and Probation and
Parole Agents in the Wiser Choice program.
maintaining a comprehensive SCCP Process Guide.
Facilitating SCCP Committee
meetings, The SCCP Committee, which includes service systems
representatives and consumers, addresses SCCP-related problems and
works to improve the SCCP process.
maintaining an ongoing Consumer Subcommittee, which ensures that the
consumer voice is central in the development and implementation of
Designing and revising the SCCP form
Coordinating multi-system involvement in the SCCP,
to ensure that all systems contribute to and understand the SCCP
process and to avoid duplication of services.
forms and processes that are compliant with federal and state
confidentiality regulations. Providing training on
confidentiality to team facilitators and Recovery Support
Key SCCP Documents
To view documents in PDF format, select from the following links:
A completed SCCP Plan
A short description of the basic SCCP
team process and philosophy
An explanation of what the SCCP is,
how it works, and how it helps clients and families
What is expected of SCCP team members
A sample of the SCCP Team Meeting Letter
A notice reminding team members that no information can be shared with
besides those already listed on the signed release
SCCP Annual Reports
Annual summaries of the key accomplishments and challenges of the SCCP project.