Previous creative experience is NOT required
Road Recovery’s BASICTRAX is an after-school program that gives teens a reason not to participate in risky behavior by offering them a ‘cool’ and healthy alternative: an opportunity to engage in the creation, planning and presentation of their own live-concert events and recording projects, all within a state-of-art studio, together with entertainment industry professionals who have confronted and overcome similar adversities. Our staff of industry professionals serve as mentors by sharing their own powerful stories of real life experiences, which bring inspiration, knowledge and guidance to teen participants enrolled in BASICTRAX.BASICTRAX offers teens something they can take ownership of, thus allowing them to develop the strength, self-assurance and skills needed to withstand the negative influences of peer pressure. BASICTRAX places teens in an environment that fosters creativity, both individually and collectively. BASICTRAX provides educational/performance workshops, positive peer support and “all access” to real-life opportunities, following in the footsteps of RECOVERYTRAX ,a Road Recovery program servicing sober young adults since 2002.
- Sharon Osbourne, Media Personality, Author, Music Manager & Promoter
Road Recovery provides educational/performance workshops and peer support.Road Recovery and its Trax Programs do not provide medical care or maintain protected health information for its participants.
THE ROAD RECOVERY FOUNDATION, a registered New York-based not-for-profit 501(C)(3) organization, was established in February 1998 with generous financial support of Sony Music Entertainment and Dreamworks Records.
Road Recovery provides educational/performance workshops and peer support. Road Recovery and its Trax Programs do not provide medical care or maintain protected health information for its participants.
All music selections composed by Road Recovery program participants & staff. © ® RoadRecovery Publishing Co. Road Recovery photos Courtesy of: Tracy Ketcher (www.tracyketcher.com)