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Mental Health & Addiction - Peer Support

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Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP®) is a mental health recovery program that was developed by a group of people who experienced mental health and other health and lifestyle challenges. These people learned that they could identify what makes them well, and then use their Wellness Tools to relieve difficult feelings and maintain wellness and a higher quality of life. Many people have found that using WRAP helps them stay well for longer periods of time.

This recovery program is facilitated by peers, for peers. In this hands-on workshop, people with lived experience of mental health challenges will work together to design their Wellness Recovery Action Plans in practical, day-to-day terms—to help them get well and stay well. WRAP does not necessarily replace traditional treatments but can be used as a complement to any other treatment options you have chosen.