Rock to Recovery 3 Concert Honors Moby and Tommy Vext, Presented by The Canyon at Peace Park Treatment Services

Benefit show at the famous Fonda Theater on September 15, 2018 will feature entertainers furthering the cause of recovery

Rock to Recovery 3 logoSeptember 6, 2018 (Hollywood, CA) – After two years of sold-out Rock to Recovery concerts, The Canyon at Peace Park is honored to once again be the presenting sponsor of this year’s event, which will feature Steel Panther and is hosted by Academy Award-winning American film director Bryan Fogel. The concert will honor musician, DJ, record producer, singer and songwriter Moby with the Rock to Recovery ICON Award and Bad Wolves vocalist Tommy Vext with the Service Award. Past award recipients include Corey Taylor (singer, founder of Slipknot, Stonesour), Wayne Kramer (guitarist MC5, founder Jail Guitar Doors) and Mike Ness (singer and founder of Social Distortion).

The Rock to Recovery ICON and Service Awards are given each year to public figures known far and wide, who use their power to influence great masses of people. The awards specifically honor those who have battled addiction to overcome in an industry full of challenges. In doing so, and by sharing their experience while accepting the award, they also give great hope to others. Tommy Vext is being honored with the Service Award for his outstanding influence and dedication in helping others in addiction treatment. Vext’s band, Bad Wolves, has most recently gained impressive global notoriety with the tribute cover of The Cranberries’ 1993 protest song “Zombie.”

Former KORN and HED P.E. guitarist Wesley Geer founded Rock to Recovery on December 12, 2012, in an effort to give non-musicians access to the magic, healing powers of playing music, and advance the use of music expression groups in various treatment settings. Sessions are provided at The Canyon and surrounding Foundations Recovery Network treatment programs in California. In each session, program participants form a band, write a song together and record their work, offering an uplifting therapeutic release to patients recovering from PTSD, alcoholism, drug addiction, depression, cancer and more. The experience organically helps improve body/brain chemistry by stimulating the natural release of serotonin, dopamine, endorphins and oxytocin.

“We have the joys of witnessing our patients collaborating with the Rock to Recovery team and seeing the healing that comes from finding one’s voice through music,” said Kathleen Bigsby, CEO of The Canyon at Peace Park. “We are once again honored to present the third annual Rock to Recovery event celebrating music and recovery.”

The concert will be held at the historic Fonda Theatre in Hollywood at 8 pm on September 15. For ticket information, visit Fondatheatre.com or AXS.com.

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Dear Friends,

On November 10, 2018, the Woolsey Fire destroyed The Canyon at Peace Park’s treatment facility. At this time, The Canyon at Peace Park is not accepting patients for any services. We arranged for the safe and seamless discharge or transition of all patients when we were forced to evacuate due to the fire.

For over 12 years, The Canyon at Peace Park has been privileged to provide integrated treatment for addiction and co-occurring disorders to patients across the nation. Our main focus has always been on our patients and their success. We have served hundreds of patients and their families, providing exclusive treatment and services for a wide range of behavioral health and addiction issues.

Our trained, compassionate staff has been committed to delivering quality patient care with dignity and respect, with the goal of helping our patients return to their communities as healthier individuals. We are extremely proud of the sacrifices of those who worked every day, often under challenging circumstances, to positively impact our patients’ lives.

We thank the physicians and staff for their expertise and dedication in providing high quality, compassionate treatment and care to the patients we have served.

We look forward to carrying on The Canyon at Peace Park’s legacy through our outpatient locations in Santa Monica and Encino. Foundations Recovery Network also has other residential and outpatient facilities around the country offering the same high quality of service you’ve come to expect from us.

If you need help finding treatment, please visit foundationsrecoverynetwork.com or call for more information.

To request medical records please contact UHS-NRO Records Department. Fax a copy of the completed/signed ROI form to FAX# (615)-997-1200 or it can be emailed to [email protected] If you need additional guidance on medical records, please call (615) 312-5834

Sincerely,

The Canyon at Peace Park Leadership Team

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