OUR MISSION

The mission of the Hope and Recovery Place is to provide a comprehensive continuum of care for artists and musicians who are battling addiction. We are driven by a desire to affect positive change through healing, recovery and sustainable sober living practices. To fulfill our mission, we offer the most effective evidence-based therapies provided by leading experts in the field.


ABOUT HARP

The HARP Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping musicians overcome drug addiction and related mental health issues. For many years we have experienced firsthand the despair among these individuals. These gifted artists dedicate themselves to a field which brings so much joy to the world and often fills our hearts and souls as we drift away into the beauty of their sounds. They push the limits when it comes to touching the souls of their listeners, and they do it often times for very minimal pay and recognition.

As addiction continues to take new forms and ultimately, shatter tens of thousands of lives each day nationwide, The HARP Foundation remains ever determined to help a segment of this population that we know all too well. As a matter of fact, The HARP Foundation is actually an offshoot of a concept that has very effectively merged music production within the clinical recovery process. We’ve seen it work in such a way that it inspires the growth of a whole new level of sobriety. This is where passion, beauty and recovery intersect, and to see it manifest in the eyes of the afflicted is a mind-blowing experience!

Please help us in furthering the cause and saving the life of one more sufferer with a tax-deductible gift of your choosing

It is entirely through the help of private donors that we are able to do what we do. Whether it is a tax-deductible gift from a music lover, or someone in recovery, or even a signed piece of memorabilia or instrument from a music legend, we accept it with a humble tone and a heartfelt commitment to do all we can to make a difference in the lives of musicians suffering from active addiction or alcoholism.


Why HARP?

Whether you or a loved one is coming to terms with substance abuse getting in the way of daily life or are transitioning from a residential treatment center back into society, The Hope and Recovery Place serves as a safe haven for recovery. We are committed to broadening the scope of approved facilities and professionally trained staff within our treatment services network.

  • Drug and Alcohol Addiction
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Dual Diagnosis