Developed by Mary Ellen Copeland and the Copeland Center, WRAP is a model for people to pursue wellness and recovery in their own lives. The key concepts include hope, personal responsibility, education, self-advocacy, and support. Individuals who participate in a WRAP seminar will receive at least 18 hours of facilitated group work to write their own Wellness Recovery Action Plan. Each Seminar meets for nine weeks in a row. Some exceptions may be made for holidays. Participants are expected to attend as many sessions as possible – each session builds on the content from the previous week. All Mental Health Collective sponsored WRAP groups are led by Certified WRAP Facilitators.