Time & Location
Oct 10, 2021, 2:00 PM
About the event
Let's come together for an ecumenical service celebrating Faith, Hope and Recovery. Supporting individuals recovering from a mental health and/ or substance use disorders. The service will be virtual.
Healing Arts Project, Inc. (HAPI) provides artistic opportunities for persons in mental health and addiction recovery to promote healing, community awareness and inclusion.
At this annual event we collect donations to provide to another small non-profit or an individual artist in need to further their ongoing work. It is our way to bestow small blessings back to our greater community. This year the proceeds will go to Cedar Recovery, who believe that people get better when they feel that they belong and matter. We are very pleased to support their mission.
Cedar Recovery is an ASAM Level I outpatient treatment company that specializes in providing care for substance use disorders. With a robust platform of medical and counseling interventions, Cedar Recovery is able to help patients feel better, get better, and stay better. The hallmark of our program is “meeting people where they are” without judgement or shame. Our medical providers offer a medication component in treatment to suppress withdrawal symptoms and cravings to allow a greater focus and engagement in meaningful therapy. With four locations through Tennessee: Mount Juliet, Lebanon, Columbia, and Shelbyville in addition to 13 other network locations in Tennessee through a strategic alliance with Health Connect America, Cedar Recovery is able to provide Addiction Treatment That Works®.
Artwork shown above is "Boom" by Deborah Hanson.