Addresses the specific needs of men and women with substance use or co- occurring disorders who have difficulty remaining engaged in a recovery path due to unstable environmental conditions and limited consistent and stable relationships. Program goals are rooted in a recovery-oriented system of care, meet clients at whatever stage of readiness to change they are in, and focus on enabling individuals to become successfully engaged in a treatment continuum and other services/needed resources that will lead to stabilization and recovery through the efforts of maintaining a continuous relationship with a recovery-based case manager.
Recovery Coach Support
The Recovery Coach program assists individuals in enhancing recovery support structure, linkage to recovery support groups, transportation and providing guidance to overcoming barriers. The program consists of paid staff and volunteers who are in recovery. These recovery coaches provide individuals with guidance, mentoring and support through the recovery process.
Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP)
The Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP) is a Recovery Community Organization that seeks to save lives and to reduce the stigma surrounding Substance Use
Disorders (SUD). We recognize that there are many different pathways to recovery. Through education and advocacy on local, state, and federal levels, we strive to:
Create recovery-friendly communities.
Increase the public’s understanding that SUD is a chronic health condition.
Increase access to treatment for those with SUD.
And change the face of addiction to one of recovery.
WRAP has multiple events throughout the year. Activities and events will be listed on the NEWS AND EVENTS page. There are ample opportunities to get involved, share your story to promote recovery and reduce stigma, and volunteer!