Our Services

The Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery offers trainings, retreat experiences, international conferences and technical support to individuals, communities and organizations.  We facilitate positive self-directed change for individuals and groups worldwide who are seeking wellness.

In This Section

3 Key Educational Steps

Getting a Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP®) Program Started

The Copeland Center works with diverse facilitators from around the world and across the life span.  This gives us the unique ability to meet various needs by tailoring workshops, coaching and consultations to help you reach your transformation goals.  The Copeland Center offers technical assistance in creating and maintaining WRAP programs through in-person visits, telephone consultations and webinars.

The Copeland Center has a large network of recovery educators who have an in-depth knowledge of WRAP, peer support, and more.

This course is designed to help you learn:

  • mental health recovery concepts and
  • how to develop a Wellness Recovery Action Plan® (WRAP)

Divided into six lessons with reading assignments, projects, activities, and discussion with the instructor, the Correspondence Course takes you through recovery topics, peer support, trauma, lifestyle issues, WRAP, and reflection on your own recovery journey. The course instructor is an experienced recovery educator.

November 10-12, 2014

Ramada Inn - 1450 S. Atherton St - State College, PA 16801

Our goal is to promote and advance community inclusion and peer support services. 

"The Copeland Center provides our organization mentorship on multiple levels to transform our community.  They provide P.E.E.R.S. (Peers Envisioning and Engaging Recovery Services) with a large support network that ensures the values and ethics of WRAP are alive and strong and gives us hope despite the ever changing healthcare world. Knowing that we have the Copeland Center’s support network ensures us that there will be high quality supports for people and lives will be changed.”  -Khatera Aslami, Executive Director P.E.E.R.S