Wellness Recovery Action Planning® (WRAP) is a self-designed prevention and wellness planning process based on mutuality, self-determination, and the premise that resilience, recovery, and wellness are limitless. WRAP® is evidence-based and consists of tools and action plans that can be used by anyone to establish a plan of wellness, maintain their plan, and use it to continue to improve their path to wellness. WRAP® is a system that provides techniques for positive personal changes in the way that participants feel and how they respond to life’s challenges.
Individuals who use their own WRAP® report enhanced emotional well-being and quality of lives. With consistent use of the WRAP® process, users have reported that it has become easier and easier to adapt it to many situations in their lives, whether these were health management, mental health management, substance misuse, grieving loss, or other instances of crisis.
Family WRAP® is also a wellness resource that can be used to strengthen connections and build protective factors in a way that supports wellness and recovery for everyone in the family.
WRAP® is also a requirement of the Florida Certification Board for those seeking certification as a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist.
More information about WRAP® is available here.
WRAP® is designed to:
- Provide preventive resources and skills to manage feelings and disruptive behaviors;
- Promote personal choices affecting our lives;
- Improve quality of life;
- Support participants in achieving their life goals and dreams.
From Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery, What is WRAP?
Dates: Wednesday, December 1 AND Thursday December 2, 2021
Time: 8:30am – 5:00 pm
Location: Northwest Church of Christ, 6355 38th Ave N, St. Petersburg
Cost: $35 NAMI Members, $50 NON NAMI Members, FREE for PIRMP Participants
Due to COVID19, seating is limited to 30 seats and social distancing and other CDC guidelines will be followed. Completion of application does not guarantee you a spot. For more information please contact Jo Dee Nicosia, Director of Programs