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Call the BEST Team for 24 Hour Psychiatric Crisis (800) 981-HELP (4357)
Tailored for patients who are experiencing psychotic symptoms, the Wellness and Recovery After Psychosis (WRAP) program offers a variety of services for patients to help them toward leading productive lives. Psychotic symptoms may include:
- Hearing voices and/or seeing things which others do not
- The feeling of being under surveillance by other people or organizations
- Disorganized thinking
- Unusual beliefs
These symptoms are distressful and often interfere with daily function. In partnership with the Department of Psychiatry, WRAP brings together a multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners and social workers collaborating to provide patients with unique therapeutic treatments.
The WRAP Program includes a variety of services for patients. Medication management, weekly group therapy, and individual therapy are offered. The WRAP program includes specialty medication management clinics for long acting injectable antipsychotics and Clozapine monitoring. Within the WRAP Program there is a First Episode Group tailored specifically to individuals who have recently experienced an initial episode of psychosis or hospitalization. In addition to other WRAP services, the First Episode Group offers peer support, family education, and therapy directed for substance use disorders.
For more detailed information about the WRAP Program, please visit this link.
Contacting Us During COVID-19:
You can reach out to us with questions about WRAP Clinic including but not limited to:
- Setting up/rescheduling an appointment
- Directions to our offices
- Hearing more about any of the services we provide
- Other questions about the clinic
In the WRAP referrals tab, you can find a downloadable patient referral form to our clinic.