Empowering People to Take Control of Their Wellness
The Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a self-management and recovery system developed to provide wellness tools for people in recovery. WRAP has been widely-acclaimed by behavioral health leaders as an effective means to help people reduce the duration and frequency of distressing feelings and troubling behaviors.
A person in recovery receives a highly-individualized plan to respond to symptoms and troubling behaviors while working with trained behavioral health professionals. The combination of specific responses and wellness tools promotes empowerment and enables the person in recovery to maintain control of their recovery and wellness. The WRAP provides specific direction and advice to family members to assist if symptoms prevent the person in recovery from making decisions.
DBHIDS offers a comprehensive training program to help people develop a Wellness Recovery Action Plan. The 2-day WRAP training provides an orientation to WRAP concepts and gives people an opportunity to develop their own WRAP plan. The 5-day facilitator training provides a more in-depth study of WRAP and the opportunity to receive certification as WRAP group facilitators. Both programs are offered throughout the year.
To register please contact: Crystal Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org
WRAP Facilitators Networking Meeting
DBHIDS also works in partnership with local Provider agencies to host a WRAP Facilitators Networking Meeting. The Mission of the WRAP Facilitators Networking Meeting is to create a safe, collaborative learning environment for WRAP Facilitators and WRAP Enthusiasts where the values and ethics of WRAP are held in high regard and wellness based opportunities for growth are promoted and encourage.
When: Every 4th Thursday of month
Time: 10a – 12p
Location: Various Behavioral Health and Addiction Service Provider Agencies in Philadelphia
To Participate, Contact: MHASP (215) 751-1800
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