Here are a variety of resources to help you get started in creating your own WRAP:

 

WRAP and Recovery Books Bookstore
The Bookstore has a comprehensive place to find books, the WRAP App, pocket mini WRAPs , and CD's and DVD's for getting started with WRAP, as well as specific content such as WRAP Plus, WRAP for Veterans, Family WRAP, A WRAP Workbook for Kids, WRAP for the Effects of Trauma, and so many more.
Find a WRAP Group
Many people find it helpful to develop a WRAP in a group. It’s a great way to share and gain ideas for wellness tools and other aspects of WRAP when you’re starting out. If you are looking for a WRAP group in your area and don’t see anything here, you can also contact your local state agencies to find out where WRAP groups are being used.

Wellness Recovery Action Plan - The cornerstone of WRAP
This is the original red WRAP ! This book is has everything you need to develop a WRAP, and some recovery topics, too. It has examples, ideas and a very easy to follow format. It has been adapted for Veterans, Families, Addiction, Kids, and People with Developmental Distinctions.The red WRAP is available in Spanish.

WRAP Plus
Creating your WRAP and using it is a huge accomplishment. Many people have found great success when they make it a part of their daily lives. This book gives you ideas and instructions on how to LIVE WRAP on a day-to-day basis. Filled with new ideas for successfully developing, using and updating the popular Wellness Recovery Action Plan for prevention, recovery and wellness, this book includes stories from those who are LIVING WRAP to stay well and are learning to anticipate and address life’s hurdles.

Build Your Own WRAP - Online!


There are many ways to create a WRAP. Build Your Own WRAP is for anyone who wants to have their WRAP accessible on the computer, wherever they are. You can update it, email it, save it, delete it and start over- whatever you choose to do. This is just one of the many ways to create and use your WRAP.

The WRAP APP

The WRAP APP, with all the parts of WRAP, also includes sections on Values and Ethics and the Key Recovery Concepts. It makes it convenient to have your WRAP, and especially your Crisis Plan, always with you.

E-Learning Courses   These interactive courses are designed to increase your knowledge-base about recovery and introduce you to new and exciting skills and strategies. You can take these courses at your own pace -- and at the times most convenient to you.

Creating a Wellness Toolbox                

Creating a Daily Maintenance Plan                                             

Triggers and Triggers Action Plan                                                  

Early Warning Signs and Action Plan                                                      

Advance Directive / Crisis Plan                                                           

WRAP One on One                                                                                      
Key Recovery Concepts 
                                                                           

WRAP Values and Ethics: Mental Health Recovery and WRAP                

 

 

The Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery 

The Copeland Center is the world’s preeminent organization advancing the knowledge, skills, and values of the evidence-based recovery practice of WRAP®. The Copeland Center is the only organization in the world which conducts the training required to become a certified Advanced Level WRAP® Facilitator.

Click here to see Creative Ways to Develop a WRAP

 

 

WRAP Community

This is a way to interact with a wonderful network of people who share thoughts, ideas, stories and more in a safe and friendly environment.

 

Join one of our many Facebook Pages and become part of the wonderful network that continues to grow!
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Mental Health Recovery and WRAP® - Wellness Recovery Action Plan

WRAP Facilitators - a site where WRAP Facilitators share resources and experiences

Internet groups are a great way to stay connected with people who have the same interests and values. There's a community out there sharing great information and supporting each other on Linked In . Click here to learn more.

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