Please join Unite to Face Addiction-MI, Foundations Skywood Recovery Center, Shalom Lutheran Church, Amber Reineck House, Meridian Health Services, Turning Point, DRUG FREE ALL STARS,
and many more Livingston County Stakeholders on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 2019, for what is to be a very memorable evening.
The 8th Annual Recovery Live Residency Tour “Giving It Away to Keep It” Performance & optional Dinner Buffet will benefit Community Substance Abuse Initiatives.
PINCKNEY NIGHT IN RECOVERY is excited to highlight National Artists such as Comedian MARK LUNDHOLM, Local Detroit Area Singer/Songwriter JOE JABER, National Family Recovery Advocate and Author of “A Mothers Addiction Journey” KATIE DONOVAN, and Former National Football Player and Advocate for “Athletes in Recovery” RANDY GRIMES.
This can’t miss Night of Addiction and Recovery Awareness is one of 5 days throughout Michigan highlighting these national Entertainers and Advocates along with their unique and inspiring Recovery messages.
This year UFAM is excited & proud as well to have the nationally acclaimed documentary crew that developed the critically acclaimed films “Anonymous People” & Generation Found” documenting our Tour for an upcoming feature film.
Proceeds from these events will help to support much-needed resources our communities need in addressing Substance Abuse initiatives and allow these entertainers and their message of recovery to be heard in Schools, Prisons, Jails, Juvenile Halls, and Treatment Centers during this unprecedented Recovery Live Residency Tour.
Tickets are $15 online or $20 at the door
5:15 PM – Special Buffet Dinner Engagement along with special activities such as Fellowship, Resource tables, and a chance to win some great prizes.
**The Buffet Meal and Show to benefit Community Recovery Initiatives Online is $30.00 for Individual and $50.00 per Couple.
These performances will be an emotional roller coaster ride of introspective analysis, delivered by unbridled emotion, highlighted by the Artists and Speakers’ unique interpretation, perspective. and narrative.
Doors for General Admission open at 6:00PM with an opportunity to engage with local community collaborators who will be providing resource tables, fellowship, and a chance to win some great prizes!