CERTIFIED PEER SPECIALIST TRAINING COMING THIS SUMMER!

(June 9th - 13th and June 23rd - 27th, 2014)

(For more information - please contact Mary-Beth Ault, CPS Program Supervisor, at 703-207-7893.)

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WRAP FACILITATOR TRAINING COMING

THIS SUMMER!

(June 2nd - 6th, 2014)

 

Fairfax-Falls Church WRAP® 

A Wellness Recovery Action Plan is a plan you create for yourself to take control over your own wellness.

Learn about tools and resources to help keep you well and feel better through difficult times. The Fairfax-Falls Church WRAP® Team is offering WRAP workshops at no charge throughout Northern Virginia. The workshops consist of eight weekly 2-hour education classes.

To find out more about WRAP® or to register for a workshop, please call one of the following WRAP Champions at the location closest to you:

  • Alexandria City - Wendy Vaughan 703-746-3427703-746-3427
  • Arlington County – Lizabeth Schuch 703-228-5238703-228-5238
  • Baileys Crossroad’s Shelter – (Fairfax) Beth Jones – 703-820-7621703-820-7621 (open to residents of the shelter)
  • Chantilly Center:  Eileen Bryceland  703-968-4033703-968-4033
  • Gartland Center (Mount Vernon) Darcy Kipp-Kim 703-799-2795703-799-2795
  • Loudoun County - (Leesburg) Bernadette Binns 703-771-5100703-771-5734
  • Northwest Center (Reston): Eleni Halstead  703-481-4100703-481-4100
  • Prince William County - (Manassas & Woodbridge) Laurie Olivieri 703-792-7740703-792-7740
  • Springfield Center– Denise Donatelli 703-866-2100703-866-2100
  • Woodburn Center (Annandale) - Andrea Kyriazi 703-573-0523703-573-0523
  • Lamb Center – Dave Larrabee – 703-691-3178703-691-3178

The Fairfax County WRAP® Program is one of several initiatives championed by the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board's Office of Consumer and Family Affairs and the Region 2 Community Services Boards. Other services include consumer empowerment and leadership training, family education, peer specialist training, psychiatric advanced directives, human rights training/investigation, advocacy education and support to peer-run programs.


To learn more or to get more involved in the activities of the office, call Cicely Spencer at 703-324-7167703-324-7167 or David Mangano at 703-324-7016703-324-7016 (TTY 711).