What is WRAP?

The Wellness Recovery Action Plan or WRAP, is a self-designed prevention and wellness tool that you can use to get well, and stay well. WRAP is for anyone, any time, and for any of life's challenges. Read More . . .

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info-btn2The WRAP Info Center is the place to look for answers about WRAP. What is the Info Center? It is a collection of articles, forms, and information all arranged in a logical, searchable library. Visit the WRAP Info Center and find out more.

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Everything WRAP at Your Fingertips

The new and improved www.MentalHealthRecovery.com website is now live! MentalHealthRecovery.com is the official WRAP website and it is now easy to navigate and find the WRAP information you’re looking for. Find out all important new features and get helpful tips and tricks to get the most out of our new site.

WRAP Info CenterWRAP Info Center – Is a place to look for answers about WRAP. It’s a collection of articles, forms, media and information all arranged by category in a searchable library. Dive into the articles and find out more! Read more about the WRAP Info Center.

Powerful Search Fields – Looking for a specific topic, article or book? MentalHealthRecovery.com is now highly searchable and you can find what you are looking for. There are now 3 ways to search.
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Education for Life: Creating Your Informed WRAP

WRAP Education

When you are dealing with challenges in your own life, educate yourself about the possible causes of these issues, and what can be done to relieve and eliminate them. Begin by identifying issues you want to work on. Then use the ideas in this article to educate yourself about the issue.

It used to be assumed that people who were having challenges in their lives could not help themselves, and that we needed to follow directives from authority figures.  Now we know that it is not true.  Everyone can learn and benefit from that learning. And we need to make good decisions for ourselves based on good information.  Read More about Education for Life. . .