The WRAP Co-Facilitator Directory offers a connection with locally trained and certified WRAP Co-Facilitators who can offer evidence-based practice WRAP workshops in your community. To be listed in this directory, you must have successfully completed the five-day in-person WRAP Co-Facilitator training offered by the Copeland Center or a current Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitator of the Copeland Center. Once listed, refresher training requirements must be met to maintain your listing in the directory. Due to COVID certification current as of January 1, 2020, will be maintained.
The directory is designed to fill a need for local resource availability for people seeking WRAP groups. The Copeland Center had to make a sizable investment in technology to get the registry up and running. It is primarily designed for Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitators to participate by purchasing bulk listings for their trainees. Because it takes investigation into each individual request that does not come directly through an Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator, the Copeland Center has to do detective work to ensure that individuals were properly trained by qualified trainers and this requires a fee. We encourage WRAP Co-Facilitators to request that their trainers contact the Copeland Center to purchase spaces in the registry and therefore eliminate the research required for an individual request and help make it as affordable as possible to both Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitators and WRAP Co-Facilitators. If you qualify to be listed in the directory, please contact the organization or Advanced Level WRAP Co-Facilitator who provided your training. Current Advanced Level WRAP® Co-Facilitators who want to list people they have trained and provided refresher courses should contact us for more information.
Gina Calhoun is a certified peer support specialist and Advanced Level WRAP Facilitator, and has had the opportunity to be part of 16 certified peer specialist trainings, 7 certified peer specialist supervisor trainings and 45 WRAP® trainings. Gina’s unique experience centers around Harrisburg State Hospital (HSH). She used the services at Harrisburg State Hospital for several years before escaping to live on the streets. Gina came back to offer peer support during the closing of HSH. She attributes her recovery journey to supportive relationships that choose to focus on ‘what’s strong’ instead of ‘what’s wrong’; and for the opportunity to work in a supportive environment where she is part of a team making a difference in PA.
Hey there! I first learned about WRAP in my Peer Support training. I have had my own ups and downs and found that WRAP can be very beneficial to my own recovery. I would love to bring this wellness practice to more people so they, too, can heal.
Hello l am Henrietta whom embrace and care about wellness recovery to empower knowledge and support for myself and others that seek the most out of themselves and develop a meaning and purpose in lives.
My name is Henry Angulo. I am 35 years old, have served in the USMC both Active and Reserve. After becoming a father I decided to leave the service and continue my education. I was lucky to come across a program that assists Veterans with continuing their journey to recovery, which in turn is helping me with mine.
Resident of North Carolina, but originally from New Jersey. I practice a lifestyle of recovery (14yrs) and have been working in the field of Mental Health and Substance Abuse for many years as a Peer Support Specialist and CDAC. I have a passion for helping people make positive change in their lives.
Hi my name is Huma. I first did my WRAP as a young person at the age of 18. This was something that completely changed my life around as I had my years of unsuccessful interventions previously. This course helped me to learn about my self at my pace and piece myself together in my own way. I have now been delivering WRAP for 7 years, to young people.
My name is Ichaun and my main purpose has always been to help people. I love to listen and be the pole that they rest on in hard times. I believe that a diagnosis isn't the end of a person's life! I believe that recovery is something that any person can have. I understand that what one considers well may not be another's well-being. I just love helping people. Let's heal the world, but first heal ourselves.
My name is Isaac Blount from Greenville NC, I have a Degree in Social Work from Shaw University. I work for a Non-Profit organization named Redirection CDC and we work with youth and formerly incarcerated persons. I looked forward to working with other non-profits and youth organization in facilitation of WRAP.
Ms Ingerman is a creative artist with a background in music, fashion and the healing arts. She has studied and taught Nonviolent Communication, working with both adults and children. She began her WRAP binder in 2004, as a part of her third TBI recovery. Also a cancer survivor, Ms Ingerman finds joy in assisting others to create lives of balance, dignity and self respect.