IN LOVING MEMORY OF DR. AMIE HARWICK
We are deeply saddened by the loss of our dear friend Amie. Our love and prayers go out to Amie and her family and all those devastated by this tragic loss.
Amie was an incredible woman. An artist, photographer, an advocate for personal growth and a music lover. She was a PhD and an author, who helped and positively impacted the lives of many.
Amie was on the Rock to Recovery board of directors and was a huge supporter of what we do. She was a powerful, expressive, inspiring woman. There are few like her.
Amie, we will never stop missing you. Forever, we will carry you in our hearts, and carry your love and passion into all we do, in your honor.
Amie’s family has so graciously asked in lieu of buying flowers and other offerings, donations be made to the Rock to Recovery® non profit organization.
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IMPACT IN TREATMENT
Rock to Recovery was created to help soothe the restless souls of those in recovery. We do this by creating a “band” and writing and recording songs together with Rock to Recovery’s staff of professional musicians, who are also in recovery. We help bring fun into treatment and recovery by offering a natural escape from the fear-based mind. This helps people grow a sense of belonging and self esteem. We help to vent emotions by writing lyrics and singing together for release, in real-time. We tie in a positive theme of hope in recovery throughout the whole process. When the session is done, our “band” members feel a new energy all throughout their minds and spirits.
Music is a powerful tool, proven to help soothe the soul. For someone in recovery, learning to have clean and sober fun, feeling a part of, connecting to a group, and quieting the mind are keys to a successful new life. It’s time to feel good in all that we do. Rock to Recovery gives people, such as recovering addicts/alcoholics, victims of abuse, troubled teens, or any individual in recovery, a chance to have fun expressing themselves, working as a group, and experiencing the natural high only music can produce.
Our non-profit entity proudly accepts donations to help further our cause, helping people recover through music! Donations finance our efforts to bring our music program to people and facilities that typically do not have funding for our services.
As a non-profit, donations to Rock to Recovery are tax deductible.
For in-kind donations, sponsorship, and other opportunities to give, please email us through our “contact” page.