SEMINARTRAX provides an interactive forum to share personal life experiences: audience members have the opportunity to see, hear and ask questions "behind the recovery" from both young adults who have chosen to live a substance-free life and entertainment industry professionals who have confronted similar adversities. (note: SEMINARTRAX can be tailored to include other specific topics: i.e. depression, anxiety, diabetes, etc...). SEMINARTRAX draws from Road Recovery's staff of entertainment industry professionals and teen/young adults enrolled in the Trax Programs to share openly their first-hand life experiences dealing with addiction and other adversities. SEMINARTRAX speaker's honesty engages audience members in an interactive discussion about the affects of active addiction, while providing them the opportunity to share their achievements in choosing to live a substance-free life. SEMINARTRAX involves independent substance abuse professionals/social workers at each seminar in order to present information about the disease of addiction, and provide direction for participants in need of help.
Road Recovery conducts extensive research prior to each SEMINARTRAX in order to specifically address the needs of each hosting institution. Follow-up evaluations with each hosting institution and area programs are conducted after every scheduled SEMINARTRAX to ensure needs and expectations are met.
SEMINAR LENGTH: 60-90 minutes per-seminar
SEMINAR FEE: Determined after an on-site inspection and consultation
- Trey Anastasio, Phish
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.
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