Get the latest on the performers added to the MusiCares event honoring the Pearl Jam guitarist; plus don't miss your last chance to purchase tickets.
AAC's generosity will help 12 musicians receive the treatment they need.
Half of America has loved or been friends with someone who struggled with drug addiction — more help is desperately needed.
Do you know someone who has been a victim of sexual assault? Learn more about sexual violence and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, including how to get help.
The road to recovery from these natural disasters is long and difficult, but MusiCares can help music people in need get relief.
Mighty night for rock and mental health celebrates music's healing power and raises funds for professional mental health treatment and services.
James Higa is a Stanford grad, an Apple alum and a big believer in music and philanthropy. Get to know the MusiCares Board member.
Dr. Norton is a leading expert on trauma and recovery. Learn more about her lifesaving work and collaboration with MusiCares.
Understand the purpose, dangers, and the side effects of opioids.
MusiCares is on the ground in Miami, providing hearing protection for artists and crew.
The variety and complexity of symptoms patients with co-occurring disorders experience make diagnosis and treatment difficult, and in many cases patients only end up seeking or receiving treatment for one disorder.
An estimated 54 million Americans suffer from mental disorders per year, but the percentage of people who do not receive treatment is even more alarming.
Artists and music people in need don't always find themselves in catastrophic situations – sometimes a little helping hand along the way is all that's needed to make the difference between a good m