Last Giving Tuesday we were able to raise almost $400. Our goal this year is $500 and we need your help to reach it! Please consider making a donation directly through our ROC The Day site HERE
As our services grow, our needs grow as well. We're in need of a commercial van that we can use to transport all our equipment back and forth from our treatment center visits and events we throw for the community.
We are grateful for the event sponsors we have for our upcoming pop-up event on 9/2/23 located at Bill and Bob's recovery house at 289 Monroe Avenue. Make sure to support these local businesses like the support us! For more info on our upcoming event, check out our Pop-Up event page on our website
Sound Source is an iconic staple in the Rochester music community. They sell tons of new and used music gear. Check out their website here or stop over in person!
Not only is Cam's pizza sponsoring our pop-up event by providing the food, but their pizza is incredible. If you're in the mood for pizza, wings, or their delicious fried dough, call them at 585-256-7437
If you live in western NY, you know Wegmans. Wegmans is a reliable chain of grocery stores that pride themselves on high standards. They were also named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by FORTUNE magazine 24 years in a row
Is to create a safe and sober space for people in addiction recovery by making musical instruments, writing space (desks, free notebooks/pens), recording equipment, and music education consistently accessible. Our long-term goal is to have a space where we can effectively serve our mission
While we continuously work toward obtaining a space of our own, we regularly bring instruments into treatment centers for group jams and acoustic performances. Click the button below to see hand written feedback we've received from patients.
Our organization will focus on everything music related and provide a safe and sober place for musicians, writers, and creators to learn, collaborate, and expand their skills. We believe it's imperative to have more appealing services that not only foster creativity through music, but are consistently accessible to those who choose to get sober.
To help musicians, writers, and creators in addiction recovery maintain their sobriety by making musical instruments, writing space, recording equipment, and music education consistently accessible as part of their program of recovery.
Anyone who needs a safe and sober place to be, regardless of their music or creative ability. We ask that anyone who comes into the facility, please don’t come in under the influence of drugs and alcohol. For those who feel like they’ve lost their creativity, or don’t have access to instruments, or who want to collaborate with like-minded people, Sobriety Sounds is for you.
View our vision in a whole new way! We've created a 3D layout of our plans for Rochester NY to show what SBS is all about. We are going to create a revolutionary resource for the addiction recovery community and we need your help!
Want to tour our future space as a video game character like in this video? Go to www.roblox.com/games/13341397212/SBS-Layout. Click the green play button to install Roblox on your laptop or mobile device. Once installed, go back to the link to tour the space!
Our goal is to create a space where we can serve our mission during regular and consistent operating hours in hopes of being available when needed most. We have an ambitious goal for our space to have a main floor, learning area, instrument repair station, acoustic room, group collaboration room, & recording studio. <<< Check out our proposed layout
Will be a full creative setup, consisting of a writing desk, free notebooks/pens/pencils, music stool, music stand, instrument stand, amplifier, and trash bin. Guests can pick their instrument, utilize their station by themselves or with others, and sign out (for free) items like Studio Headphones, Picks, Guitar Pedals, Instrument Cords, Capos, and Tuners.
We are an official nonprofit under the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). There are over 23 million addicts and alcoholics in the United States and Rochester has not been immune to the rise in overdose rates, many which have been fatal. Most services available to the recovery community are time restrictive, fizzling out shortly after the first year or only lasting an hour or two a few times a week. Sobriety Sounds will have consistent operating hours in hopes of being available when needed most. The Maintenance stage of recovery is the timeframe after someone stops drinking/using. A program of recovery consists of a variety of positive changes made to replace undesirable habits from a life in active addiction/alcoholism.
Our organization is meant to be used as part of someone’s program of recovery.
Get in touch with us to see how you can help us grow! We would love to have you involved.
We need financial and equipment donations to make this a reality
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Matthew is a singer/songwriter in recovery. He was inspired to create Sobriety Sounds after losing multiple friends to overdoses. In early sobriety, Matthew thought he had lost his creativity after getting sober. His goal is to help others find their creativity in their sobriety
Scott is a multi-talented radio DJ, writer, and producer. He is the owner of ROC Vox Recording & Production and has an incredible amount of knowledge and expertise that he brings to the table
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