FLINT, Michigan — The Serenity House of Flint will host its Annual Flint Recovery Arts and Music Show on March 8 at the Flint Masonic Temple. Now in its fourth year, the event uses Art and Music to raise awareness about recovery options, the risk of overdose, and the current opioid epidemic.
“We are losing so many people from addiction and overdose and we are trying to think of creative ways to end this. Healing through arts and music is one way to begin to change the perception of addiction and help people get the help they need to feel better. This event will be packed with wonderful performers who are either in recovery or have a passion for addiction recovery,” said Tara Moreno, executive director of the Serenity House.
Holistic services also will be available for those who want to see how those options can improve their health, she said.
The Flint Recovery Arts and Music Show is 7 p.m. March 8 at the Flint Masonic Temple. Admission is free.
Kenneth Pops Jones, an Odyssey House therapist, will open the show which features a slew of talent — including performances by Jevon Reynolds, Cherisse Bradley and rapper Tommy “Gunz” Kraus. Live art performances also will be on display.
For more information, visit www.flintserenityhouse.org.