Marshfield Clinic’s Recovery Corps program presents free ‘Concert for Recovery’ on Jan. 25 in Rhinelander
January 24, 2020
Marshfield Clinic Health System’s AmeriCorps Recovery Corps invites everyone to a fun, family-friendly, sober concert featuring musician Bryce Luebke from 7 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Nicolet College Theater, Lakeside Center, Nicolet College, 5351 College Drive in Rhinelander. He will be performing acoustic country covers and originals. Luebke is currently serving with the Recovery Corps program.
The free concert is free and no ticket or RSVP is required.
The AmeriCorps Recovery Corps program began in September 2017, and currently has 18 full-time AmeriCorps members serving individuals in Oneida, Vilas, Forest, Lincoln, Langlade, Marathon and Iron counties. Recovery Corps works in partnership with HOPE Consortium, a partnership of 10 organizations that came together through Wisconsin’s HOPE legislation funding to address growing problems associated with substance use disorder, the term now used to describe people whose reoccurring alcohol, drug or tobacco use causes significant clinical and functional impairment.
Recovery Corps serves anyone affected by any substance use, not just opioid use. A warmline, 715-221-8504, is available for community members to call for more information about Recovery Corps, referrals to recovery coach services, recovery advice, resources, and support.
For more information about Recovery Corps, or the free recovery concert, call 715-221-8504 or visit www.marshfieldclinicamericorps.org. For more information about Hope Consortium, visit http://hopeconsortium.org.