October 16th, 2021
6pm – 9pm
Breaking the stigma of addiction
with the power of art
Join Healing Transitions as we kick off a brand new art event in Raleigh on October 16th at our Men’s Campus (1251 Goode St.), and celebrate our 20th year of service to the community! Art of Recovery is a free event featuring artwork from local artists who are in recovery or have been impacted by addiction. This powerful event will leave you with a new perspective on addiction and recovery.
(Featuring artists who have been impacted by addiction. Artwork will be available for purchase.)
Interactive Art Stations
Live Music & Spoken Word
(Also featuring performers who have been impacted by addiction)
Tours of the HT men’s campus
Opening the Door
Recovery is a journey – one that in most cases isn’t a linear path. Those who struggle with addiction every day often feel a sense of hopelessness with no end in sight. That’s why our theme for Art of Recovery 2021 is “Opening the Door“. Because when someone courageously takes the first step toward recovery and asks for help, they are opening the door to a community of hope. And at HT, our doors are open as many times as it takes for someone to find recovery.
At the same time, there are many people who don’t realize how prevalent recovery is in our community – or may not even understand what recovery is. Our society is filled with people who once struggled with addiction and are now thriving. By inviting artists who have been impacted by addiction to express their stories, we are helping open the door to connect the larger Triangle community with its incredible recovery community.
Be an Event Sponsor!
Healing Transitions is currently seeking sponsors for Art of Recovery. If you or your organization would like to be a sponsor for this event, please contact Director of Development Windi White via email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone, 919-838-9800 ext. 139
About Healing Transitions
Healing Transitions is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides free, life-saving recovery services to more than 300 homeless, uninsured, and underserved individuals in Wake County every day. Their innovative, peer-run program is always open to those who need assistance, and they never turn anyone away. For more information, visit our homepage.