Rock to Recovery helps people heal and transform their lives through the powerful experience of writing, playing, and performing music as a group.
Our flagship sober event supports those in recovery and brings everyone together. Recovery doesn’t have to live in a dark basement. Join us for our annual sold out concert.
Program sponsorship enables Rock to Recovery to deliver our transformative programs with our amazing nonprofit partners. Your support helps us continue to offer the healing power of music to new organizations that could not otherwise afford a music program.
We work closely with brands to help you look and feel a part of our concert team. We offer a wide range of sponsorship opportunities and are excited to partner with you.
Rock to Recovery® is an innovative, therapeutic music program serving more than one hundred addiction treatment and mental health facilities in the USA. By writing, playing, and recording music as a group, non-musicians are able to build a community of support, find enthusiasm for treatment, and realize that recovery is possible.
Veterans, trauma survivors, youth and those struggling with substance abuse or mental health issues can recover with connection. You too can use music to heal.
Wesley Geer has been a professional musician for over 25 years. He first gained success as the founding member of Jive Records artists Hed P.E. and later as touring guitarist with the legendary band Korn. When the Korn gig was coming to an end, Wes was moved to find a way to proliferate the use of playing music as a treatment modality. He founded Rock To Recovery, an innovative music program that harnesses the healing energy of music through songwriting, playing as a band, and recording.
“When I was in treatment for addiction, I realized how much music could help [me] get through those tough emotions that run so rampant, especially in the early days of recovery. Being totally sober and dealing with the bottom I had hit – strumming the guitar was the only thing that would bring me peace. I saw how that connection to music helped others in treatment with me, even people who had never played guitar. That’s where the idea for Rock to Recovery was born.”
Check out some of our favorite songs on this SoundCloud playlist.