The following images are examples of WRAPscrap according to the WRAP categories developed by Mary Ellen Copeland.
Wellness Recovery Action Plan was designed by Mary Ellen Copeland of the Copeland Center. This is a visual representation of that work.
A Visual Example of a WRAPscrap
Created by: Janet Berkowitz
These are Images and concepts of what I look like when I am doing well and tools that enhance my recovery.
The daily maintenance plan is a simple structure for putting your wellness tools into action in your life every day.
Stressors are things that can cause a reaction, such as reminders of specific events, anniversaries of losses, or personal interactions or situations that make us feel scared, helpless, or out of control.
Early warning signs are changes in the way you think, act, or feel. They are signs that you need to take action before things get worse.
When things are breaking down or getting much worse, a crisis may be in our near future.
Your crisis plan is a tool to plan for the support you may need when you face a crisis. This section documents your needs and preferences and explains to others how you want to be supported through a crisis.
After a crisis, it can take time to get back to “normal”. This section develops your plan for easing back into your responsibilities, dealing with any consequences resulting from the crisis, and showing appreciation for the people who supported you during the crisis.