Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is an evidence-based recovery course that supports people experiencing high levels of stress and other personal challenges. WRAP is beneficial to anyone experiencing any kind of challenge, from a physical condition such as diabetes, to a mental health condition like depression, and everything in between.

COVID-19 Updates

For the foreseeable future, all Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) recovery courses will be conducted virtually using Zoom, which you can access for free. If you are interested in attending one of our newly-added courses, you can find them all on our Eventbrite page.

WRAP courses provide structured education and support.

The WRAP course plan is one of the few peer-developed and peer-driven curricula in the nation. As a self-management tool, WRAP assists participants in maintaining their wellness.

In-person WRAP groups commonly meet for 2 hours per week, over the course of 8 weeks. Virtual WRAP groups meet for 1.5 hours twice a week, over the course of 4 weeks.
WRAP guides participants through the process of developing a highly adaptable and individualized plan. Upon completion of the course, attendees leave with a self-determined plan for wellness.
Participants learn to utilize tools to use on a daily basis to manage their recovery.

WRAP focuses on five key recovery concepts: Hope, Personal Responsibility, Education, Self-Advocacy, and Support.

WRAP Pre-Registration

Once you graduate from the WRAP course where you develop your personal WRAP plan, you are eligible to become a WRAP Facilitator. Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana (MHANI) is proud to employ one of Indiana’s two Advanced WRAP Facilitators. Please contact us to be added to the wait list if you’re interested in becoming a facilitator.

There are also volunteer opportunities with MHANI’s WRAP program.

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) was developed by The Copeland Center. You can learn more about the WRAP curriculum on the Copeland Center website.