Patterns don’t have to be permanent

Person Icon
Join our WRAP community!

WRAP and Addictions 

WRAP is used by many adults and older teens who want to gain control over powerful urges and unwanted, compulsive behavior patterns. These patterns are often called addictions. They may include: 

  • Excess or unwanted drug or alcohol use
  • Uncontrolled gambling or gaming
  • Compulsive sex or pornography use
  • Eating disorders
  • Self-injury
  • Lying a lot 

With WRAP, you decide what “wellness” and “recovery” look like for you. Abstinence isn’t required in WRAP. There are no “readiness” requirements for WRAP. If you want to use WRAP, that means you’re ready. 

WRAP can be used with any other health and wellness strategies, supports, and treatment programs, including 12-step programs.

You can use WRAP to lessen or prevent feelings and behaviors you don’t want or that bother you, increase the sense of personal choice you have about how you live your life, and create ways to gain support and stay in control of your wellness in ways that don’t include using substances or engaging in other unwanted activities.

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

  • Get the Latest WRAP News

    Subscribe to our monthly WRAP Up newsletter for announcements, updates, and special offers. Be the first to hear about new products.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Recent Blog Posts

This Narrative is Not Yet a WRAP

This Narrative is Not Yet a WRAP

Happy holidays to everyone in the WRAP community! We hope you have a peaceful season of celebration and that you find time for personal wellness. This month's article is from Izzy Wilson. She is an advocate and activist for people who have been marginalized, and she...

WRAP Honors Recovery Month

WRAP Honors Recovery Month

Thanks to Robert Ortiz and Lee Horton for sharing their lived experience with recovery to honor Recovery Month.   We at WRAP celebrate everyone in recovery and those on the path toward it—whether it be from mental health issues, substance use, or some other type of...

WRAP Can Help