San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for a seven week wellness planning class using the nationally recognized Wellness Recovery Action Plan® (WRAP®) curriculum.
WHAT IS WRAP®? WRAP® is a personalized wellness and recovery system rooted in the principle of self determination. Individuals use key concepts and a structured plan to identify how to stay well and create action plans to respond when difficulties arise.
WRAP® also includes a section for utilizing support when in a crisis and how informing supporters can best assist you in the situation by creating a pre-determined plan. WRAP® focuses on what individuals can do for themselves and how best to build and maintain support from others in their lives. It is designed to decrease distress, increase personal empowerment, improve the quality of one’s life and to achieve one’s goals and dreams.
This course will walk you through the steps of creating your own WRAP in a supportive enviornment. There is also a monthly wellness and recovery support group that our organization offers to individuals who want additional support and opportunities for networking with others.
This class meets Monday evenings from 6:30-8:45 p.m. at Our Saviors Lutheran Church beginning October 31st and ending December 12th.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Hill at 720-842-9222 or at Jennifer@coloradomentalwellnessnetwork.org
We do offer scholarships for individuals who quality, contact Jennifer for more info.
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Colorado Mental Wellness Network
The Colorado Mental Wellness Network (The Network) is a grassroots organization that supports adults on their journey to whole health and mental wellness. Through education and advocacy The Network provides opportunities for individuals to improve the quality of their lives, give back to the community through meaningful roles, and to change the perceptions of mental health. The organization’s effectiveness stems from the ability to empower individuals to use their new abilities and skills not only to help themselves but to support their peers, in a sense “paying it forward” or “passing it on”.