September's National Addiction Recovery Month is an effort and an opportunity to focus attention on the personal connections that can make a life-saving difference.
Musicians gather to continue the discussion around mental health during the "I'm Listening" radio broadcast.
The eight-time GRAMMY winner will be the first artist from the Nashville music community to be honored at the annual GRAMMY Week gala benefiting music people in need.
The recent MIRA Survey of Musicians in the U.S. highlights the unique challenges they face, including a higher rate of depression, suicidal thoughts and substance use than the average American.
Find out who gathered at the exclusive music industry soiree to raise awareness and celebrate the invaluable support MusiCares provides music people.
The GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter provides insight on combatting depression and anxiety that can come from life on tour.
Learn what is being done to help and what signs to keep an eye out for while painkillers, in excess, continue to lead to tragedy.
Learn more about how the health and human services charity offers a space for music professionals in recovery.
Learn ways to stay on the right side of the fine line between building chops musically and breaking down physically.
The problem of hearing loss is a threat. MusiCares provides help and is raising awareness how to save your hearing.
The crucial importance of mental health continues to loom large as the latest statistics from CDC show suicide prevention efforts matter now more than ever.
Learn firsthand how the health and human services charity lifts up those in need in the music community.