A new group of Caminar clients had the opportunity to experience live music at the Empress Theater. Read August's blog post (below) for more information about this fun event.
The Empress Theatre, a beautiful 400 seat theatre with state-of-the-art sound system, huge stage, dance floor, and plush velvet seats, invited 3 Caminar clients to listen to live music free of charge. This event is part of a new monthly series that uses music as a form of therapy for adults with mental illness.
"Being able to take the clients to these offsite events improves their quality of life and enables them to enjoy what they normally would not be able to participate in otherwise," says Kenneth G. Langill, Program Coordinator of the Wellness Recovery Center in Solano County.
Langill was able to secure complimentary entry for 3-4 Caminar clients in the Wellness and Recovery program to experience live music at this wonderful venue once per month.
We want to thank the Empress Theatre for their generosity and for supporting Caminar's mission to help people with disabilities live happy and enriched lives.
For more information about the Empress Theatre, please visit their website: http://empresstheatre.org/.