SUICIDE OR SURVIVE
What is the WRAP Programme?
WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) is a 2.5-day programme that helps you develop your own personally tailored Wellness Action Plan that you can use on a day-to-day basis to manage your wellness and that you can use if you become unwell to restore it.
Why The WRAP Programme?
WRAP has been proven both locally and internationally to be effective. WRAP takes place over 3 consecutive weeks – to complete the programme please ensure you are free for all the dates specified. The first two days run from 9.30am to 4pm. The final day runs from 9.30am to 1pm.
You can find out more about how and why WRAP was developed here.
Attending A Wrap Programme?
The WRAP programme is being offered at a cost of €75 per participant for the entire 2.5 day programme, which includes 2 facilitators on each day, all programme materials, tea/ coffee and lunch. We are happy to discuss a reduction in the fee if cost is a difficulty for you. We receive funding for these programmes through our fantastic funders the National Office for Suicide Prevention, the Iris O’Brien Foundation and our own fundraisers, which allows us to deliver the programme at a significantly reduced cost.
WRAP Programme Upcoming Events
If you would like to come along to one of our WRAP Programmes but don’t see a date suitable below – please register your interest below and we will keep you informed on upcoming WRAPs in your community!
WRAP Programme Information
The programme runs over 2 1/2 days and participants will take away:
- Empower participants to make appropriate choices in terms of their day to day lives and more particularly in times of emotional crisis
- Reduce the potential of death by suicide by the participants
- Increase awareness of suicide and suicide prevention while also addressing the stigma that exists around mental ill health.
The WRAP Programme is in line with Strategic Goals 1 and 3 of Connecting for Life: Goal 1: To improve the nation’s understanding of, and attitudes to, suicidal behaviour, mental health and wellbeing; Goal 3: To target approaches to reduce suicidal behaviour and improve mental health among priority groups. This programme is run to the highest standards of practice and service delivery and is underpinned by an evaluation framework as required by ‘Connecting for Life’.