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A Wellness Recovery Action Planning Support Group in Washington, DC
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THE WAY WRAP® WORKS!


Strengthening Core Values & Practices

 

Researchers from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) released the results of a rigorous study that demonstrated significantly positive behavioral health outcomes for individuals with severe and persistent mental health challenges who participated in peer-led WRAP® groups. 

 

Research studies on WRAP® from UIC cited that positive outcomes were tied to the fidelity of the WRAP® facilitation model designed by Mary Ellen Copeland and developed by the Copeland Center.

 

The key to ensuring that recipients of behavioral health services receive the full benefit of using  WRAP® is for the leaders and participants in behavioral health organizations to better understand and incorporate the ethics, values, and practices that Mary Ellen Copeland, the Copeland Center, and the grassroots practitioners of WRAP® have established.

The paper The Way WRAP Works pdf serves as a guideline for how behavioral health organizations can implement WRAP® with fidelity to the model as designed by people in recovery with Mary Ellen Copeland and developed by the Copeland Center.


Evaluating Your Workshop (Or Group)

 

How do you know whether or not a workshop has been successful? There are several ways to find out; please goto Evaluating WRAP Workshops