The PPC has been instrumental in the development of WRAP Hawai'i, a new interagency approach to youth involved in multiple systems of care. The idea for Wrap Hawai'i was launched in the fall of 2011 after a meeting organized by the Center and hosted by Family Court lead Judge Browning and Director McManaman of the Department of Human Services. Other key decision makers who attended were from the departments of Health, Education, Office of Youth Services, the Governor's Office, and EPIC 'Ohana, Inc. Since then, a pilot project was launched and 10 youth have been served. Another 15 will be taken by June 2014. A WRAP coordinating committee was organized made up of all the relevant youth-serving agencies and facilitated by the Mediation Center of the Pacific. The Policy Center has been providing the policy leadership, program development and evaluation for this pilot project. Successful outcomes include a joint information sharing MOA, and a single form for families to use across multiple agencies to access WRAP. Monthly meetings take place to break barriers that are blocking children and families from receiving coordinated services. The project has been so successful that WRAP Hawai'i will now be expanded and offered to youth in the Hawai'i Youth Correctional System and youth living in foster care for over 9 months. Dr. Chandler was acknowledged for her work on this project by the Family Court's award for outstanding community service.