Sample WRAPs & Tools

Sample WRAPs & Tools

You can use WRAP for support in any area of your life. This site contains many examples of sample WRAPs for different life situations, as do the stories contained in the different topic areas of the WRAP Can Help section. See the scroller below for a section of some of our most popular sample plans.

The book WRAP for Life also contains examples of plans for a variety of challenges and goals, and tips for adapting your personal WRAP to any area of life.

If you’d like to share your WRAP or tools you use for a specific area of life, please contact us! We would love to add your plan to our library to support the broader WRAP community.

WRAP and Bullet Journaling — Guest Post

I’m here to give you a taste of how I combined my WRAP and my bullet journal (bujo for short). What is a bujo? The bullet journal (bujo) was created by Ryder Carroll. A bujo is a cross between a planner, diary, notebook, to do list, scrapbook and sketchbook. Why do I...

WRAP for Friendships: Starting Over

I recently packed up all my belongings, got in a car with my daughter, two very angry cats, and a happy but confused dog, and moved across the country. Although the move was the right choice for many reasons, it meant leaving my support system and the network of...

Sample WRAP Plan for Managing Diabetes

  SAMPLE WRAP PLAN FOR MANAGING DIABETES Wellness Tools Dietary plan, my nurse, exercise, healthy desserts, the pharmacy, education, support group, specific family members, naps, mindful eating at regular times, insulin,Nikolas (cat), continuing education,...

Sample Plan and Schedule for Depression Workbook

From The Depression Workbook – a Guide for Living With Depression and Manic Depression Many people find that planning and scheduling help them feel better. You may have so many ideas that it is hard to get anything done, especially those things that help you feel...

WRAP Overview

The Wellness Recovery Action Plan® or WRAP®, is a self-designed prevention and wellness process that anyone can use to get well, stay well and make their life the way they want it to be. It was developed in 1997 by a group of people who were searching for ways to...

WRAP for Veterans & People in the Military

WRAP, and other components of the Mental Health Recovery Program, are being widely used in Veteran's Hospitals, by Veterans' organizations, and by people in the military in the U.S.A. and around the world. If you are on active duty, in the reserves, or have ever been...

Crisis Planning & Sample Crisis Plan

I feel very strongly that anyone who has ever had mental health difficulties needs to develop for themselves, while they are well, a crisis plan such as the one that follows. This plan allows us to maintain some degree of control over our lives even when it feels like...

Developing a Wellness Toolbox

The first step in developing your own Wellness Recovery Action Plan, is to develop a Wellness Toolbox. This is a listing of things you have done in the past, or could do, to help yourself stay well,  and things you could do to help yourself feel better when you are...

WRAP Plan for Weight Management

Did you know WRAP can help you lose, gain, or  maintain weight? You can use your WRAP to manage any aspect of your health, including weight management. These minis are actual WRAP Plans created for specific situations. They are compiled from WRAP workshops and...

WRAP for Difficult Times

These days, with all the horrific things going on in the world,  and with the loss of Robin Williams,  and when many of us are experiencing great loss and pain in our own lives, like many, many others, you may be feeling deep, deep despair.  It is a horrible feeling. ...

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