Adult Addiction Rehabilitation Centers & Halfway Homes
Drumming in a group entrains people towards a positive path. The positivity that interactive drumming and in-the-moment music making brings, without the pressure of performance and expectation may be just what the doctor ordered for recovering addicts. There are many practitioners world over doing amazing work in many communities to give purpose to such individuals and bring them back into the mainstream. The Community Drumjam Foundation is keen to work with Rehabilitation Centers and Halfway Homes to bring the positive impacts of interactive rhythm and music sessions to recovering addicts.
The duration of these sessions depend on the specific needs of the group.
The number of participants can be 30 individuals and above.
For the duration of these programs, the foundation provides:
- Drums and percussion instruments for the duration of the session.
- Trained facilitators when possible
The organisation provides
- Adequate open space
- Armless chairs for the participants
- Caregivers familiar to the participants (wherever needed)
- In-house facilitators / practitioners with experience in dealing with the specific behavioral challenges of the participants