The Five Key Concepts found in WRAP are:
- HOPE – People who experience mental health difficulties can get well, stay well and go on to meet their life dreams and goals.
- PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY – It’s up to the person, with the assistance of others, to take action and do what needs to be done to keep themselves well.
- EDUCATION – Participants are encouraged to learn all they can about what they are experiencing so they can make good decisions about all aspects of their lives.
- SELF-ADVOCACY – Promotes participants engaging others so they can get what they need, want and deserve to support their wellness and recovery.
- SUPPORT – Participants learn how to receive and give support to others in ways that will help them feel better and enhance the quality of their lives.
What you will learn?
- Learn to develop a daily ‘wellness toolbox’ including stress reduction, healthy habits, lifestyle changes, and other self-identified strategies for wellness.
- Create a daily maintenance plan to support your wellness.
- Learn to recognize triggers and gain control of your life.
- Identify a crisis plan and supportive people to turn to in times of need.
This class is FREE and will meet every Tuesday, starting June 4th, for 8 weeks. The class will be facilitated by individuals from Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana who have lived experience with a mental illness.
To register, call (260 422-6441 or email email@example.com
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