Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Face The Music Family Festival

Face The Music Family Festival

We are sponsoring an amazing event put together by The Face the Music Foundation. The Family Festival event will be filled with live music, art projects, and family fun to raise awareness for substance abuse. Artists include Richie Supa of Aerosmith, Randi Fishenfeld of Clarence Clemons, Kasim Sultan of Blue Oyser Cult and Hall Of Fame Inductee Ricky Byrd. All proceeds from the Family Festival will be helping those on the road to recovery.

When you hear the phrase “face the music”, it is usually associated with confronting the consequences of one’s errors. At Face the Music Foundation, it means “A SECOND CHANCE”. The disease of addiction takes the lives of more than 120,000 people annually, making it the third largest cause of death in the United States, after heart disease and cancer. Over 23 million people in the United States need treatment for this disease.

Created out of passion, frustration and necessity, Face the Music Foundation believes that all people regardless of socioeconomic variables; should have the opportunity or even the right, to recover from the disease of addiction. We are an alliance of providers including inpatient detoxes, residential treatment centers, outpatient treatment centers, individualized therapists and sober living residences.

This alliance is committed to helping those suffering from substance use disorders find freedom and hope through the generosity of donations and scholarships.

Please join us, as we help those in need of a second chance, find their way home.

To purchase tickets please go to:!events/cjg9

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