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Music Support to Run Addiction and Recovery Workshop For Musicians

As part of Addiction Awareness Week, Music Support are offering free places on their brand-new Addiction & Recovery workshop – with applications closing on Monday 25 October.

Published: 22 October 2021 | 1:10 PM
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Music Support are delighted to offer a number of free places to their brand-new Addiction & Recovery workshop. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Music Support, the charity that helps those who work in music and/or events affected by mental ill-health and/or addiction is proud to be a part of Addiction Awareness Week, taking place from Monday 18 October.

Music Support has joined with fellow charities who specialise in addiction to launch the “Taking Action on Addiction” campaign which calls for addiction to be treated as a serious mental health condition and seeks access to treatment, support and care so recovery can be possible for everyone.

As part of their commitment to the campaign, Music Support are delighted to offer a number of free places to their brand-new Addiction & Recovery workshop which reinforces Music Support’s desire to positively impact health and wellbeing.

For further information and to apply please visit Music Support’s website. Places are limited and applications close on Monday 25 October so please apply early to avoid disappointment.

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