Recovery (WRAP®) Programme

The Recovery Programme is directed at mental health service users who are discharged or who may want to avoid coming into hospital.

The main emphasis of the Recovery Programme is the creation of the person's own WRAP® (Wellness Recovery Action Plan). It aims to educate each person, allowing them to self-monitor their mental health using their WRAP® Plan and to address factors that may impede or support their recovery.

While WRAP® is delivered as one segment, additional group work sessions on recovery topics which support WRAP® are also included, such as Motivation to Change, Self and Relationships, Self esteem, Building Social Supports and Enhancing General Health.

The WRAP® segment of the programme is facilitated by accredited advanced level WRAP® facilitators who received their training from the Copeland Centre.

This programme is available for day patients.

The Recovery Programme is delivered as below.

  • The Recovery Day Programme

    The Recovery day Programme is a 12 day programme consisting of two days per week over a six week period. The typical hours of this programme is 9.30am to 4.30pm.

  • The Recovery Evening Programme

    The Recovery Evening Programme comprises of one evening a week for eight weeks (Thursday evening 6pm to 9.30pm). The Recovery Evening Programme is designed specifically for those who cannot attend the day Recovery Programme due to work or college commitments.

  • The Refresher Workshop

    The Refresher Workshop is available to those who have completed either the Recovery Day or Evening programme. It is Recovery focused and aimed at those who are using their WRAP® Plan and would like some assistance in updating it or recapping on all aspects of WRAP®.


For general queries, please call us. For more on mental health and our services, see our frequently asked questions (FAQs).

01 249 3200 See our FAQs


Contact Referral and Assessment Service for queries regarding referrals to our services.

01 249 3635 See more from our referrals team