As part of the transformation of Maryland’s Public Mental Health System, OOOMD has implemented the WRAP® Outreach Project within our wellness and recovery centers and network affiliates. WRAP® is facilitated by our PEERS, people who have been through many experiences similar to our own and live in our communities. They have lived and worked WRAP® in their own lives and have seen the benefits. They have also been trained to facilitate WRAP® classes.
Empowerment Partnership Project
The Empowerment Partnership Project (formerly known as The Recovery Training Project) aims to promote recovery within the mental health system through various interactive workshops both for consumers and providers. Our workshops provide opportunities to learn about the many facets of recovery to sustain hope in consumers within the mental health system, and further the adoption of the recovery paradigm.
The Anti-Stigma Project is a collaboration of On Our Own of Maryland and the Maryland Mental Hygiene Administration that fights stigma by raising consciousness, facilitation on-going dialogues, searching for creative solutions, and educating all participants within or connected to the mental community, including consumers, family members, providers, educators, and administrators.
WRAP® Outreach Project