La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center is teaming up with MusiCares to present “The Power of The Village”, an infusion of music, story telling and therapeutic insight on the healing powers that creativity can have on the LGBT community.
The Power Of The Village will showcase the outstanding vocal talent of recording artist Wrabel who will perform some of his most touching songs, including “The Village”–a chilling song written in response to the current administration’s attempt to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military.
Wrabel shares and uses his talent to sing about love for those that feel marginalized and dismissed. He was named one of OUT Magazine’s top 100 of 2017.
Manny Rodriguez and Beck Gee Cohen of La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center–the leader in LGBT addiction treatment, will provide personal stories of challenges and hope. Attendees are invited to participate in a discussion on how connecting and tapping into our creativity can heal our pain and make room for a new future. MusiCares Director Shireen Javit-Reid, will also be on hand to moderate this event.
The Power of The Village will be held on March 29, 2018 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Recording Academy/MusiCares 3030 Olympic Blvd. in Santa Monica. Driftwood Recovery and La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center are sponsoring a light lunch for this event. Complimentary valet parking will also be available
La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center is an intimate, specialized, and community-driven program. It is one of the nation’s leading gay drug rehab and treatment programs. La Fuente has vast experience applying effective treatment interventions that are specific to the issues of LGBT individuals. To learn more, visits: lafuentehollywood.com
MusiCares provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. MusiCares’ services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality. MusiCares also focuses the resources and attention of the music industry on human service issues that directly impact the health and welfare of the music community. To learn more, visit: grammy.com/musicares
For more information regarding this event please contact Manny Rodriguez at 213-804-3951