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 medical 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!
Meeting Times and Locations
Please note the changes in the meeting schedule
Daytime meetings are held at Home of New Vision’s office at 1:00 pm, the 1st and 3rd Thursday. 3115 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
The Recovery Advocate
The Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project has a bi-annual publication. You can pick up your hard copy version at these places or view the online version by clicking here.
EMU College of Health & Human Services
Clear Path Sober Living
WCSO – Community Engagement Office
Washtenaw County Juvenile Detention Center
Home of New Vision Main Office
Counseling Center of Southeast Michigan
The Lunch Room
Various locations throughout Monroe County
Ann Arbor Treatment Services
Home of New Vision’s State Street Residential
Friends of Little House
Ann Arbor Women’s Group Events
Christensen Treatment Services
St. Joseph Mercy Health Center
Families Against Narcotics – Livingston County
Washtenaw Alano Club
Peace Neighborhood Center
The Delonis Center