HOW MUSIC AND TEEN SPIRIT ARE FIGHTING ADDICTION
- January 18, 2019
Each of us is familiar with the healing power of music. Whether you are listening to some powerful rock and roll tunes or meditating to some soothing New Age voices, melodies have a way of making us feel empowered, calm, or energized. Let’s also not forget that many lyrics contain powerful messages about human existence, romance, and (most importantly) learning difficult life lessons. Sometimes, music can heal you better than a therapist or psychiatrist ever could and can help you feel like a better person all the way around. Obviously, the organizations Facing Addiction, NCADD, and MusiCares® understood this truth when they teamed up to create the MusiCares® Teens Make Music Project. As part of this program, teenagers have the opportunity to share uplifting stories about sobriety and strength through music and lyrics (and can win a great prize as a result). Let’s take a closer look at this incredible program and find out some more information.
Making Lives Better with Music
As part of the MusiCares® Teens Make Music Project, officials have offered teens the chance to heal and uplift people through powerful message about sobriety and relapse, all through the power of original music. Back in 2018, young musicians (ages 14 to 18) created original works of music that focused on life “above the influence” or reveal the bitter moments of drug addiction and alcoholism. After creating these projects, the teens were instructed to submit their songs to the program. During January 22 to 27, 2019 (National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week), officials will announce the 2018 winners.
Inspiring and Uplifting the Victims
Above all else, this program will provide inspiring messages to people who not only need to hear about the reality of their struggles but also receive amazing feedback from the next generation. After the final rulings, the first-place winners will receive tickets to attend the GRAMMY® Awards and additional events related to this incredible night. Additional prizes include exclusive tickets to the Vans Warped tour, cash, and additional materials. (If anyone you know wants to get in on this exciting opportunity, they have a chance to work on an original musical composition before the deadline of December 2019.)
Seeking Treatment for Marijuana Use Disorder
Drug addiction and alcoholism are dangerous and debilitating mental illnesses that require immediate intervention and healing. Although the situation might seem futile at times, though, always remember that drugs or alcohol do not have control over your life. Only you can fix your future. If you are suffering from opioid abuse or addiction of any sort, get in touch with Asana Recovery today. Our professional team of counselors and healthcare experts will help you endure the painful process detox and withdrawal and guide you through each step of rehabilitation to help you separate yourself from these substances.
If you want to find out more about our residential treatment or supervised detoxification/withdrawal programs or enroll in one of these programs today, we are ready and waiting to speak with you at your leisure and your disclosure. Call Asana now at (949) 438-4504 to learn how you can kick your marijuana use to the curb.