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03/17/2012 -ATIN- A founding member of rock band Blind Mellon has built a recording studio at Clarity Way, a major addition at the Pennsylvania addiction treatment center, alcohol rehab and drug rehab, where music therapy is offered as a key addiction recuperative modality. As is often the case in addiction treatment entrepreneurialism, Clarity Way was founded in the wake of personal experience, which in Clarity Way's case came on the heels of the loss of a Blind Melon co-founder Shannon Hoon. "With the creation of the studio, my hope is that musicians will be able to use their talent to find a path to long lasting recovery," says Blind Mellon's Christopher Thorn, who designed the studio. The 23-bed center was the brainchild of Thorn's sister, Robin, and her husband Justin Daniels, himself in recovery. No doubt the studio will be a major attraction for musicians in recovery, potentially a major source of new business for Clarity Way, which has reached out to MusiCares, a non-profit that provides supportive assistance to those in the music field. Says Daniels:

."The studio is a great asset and also fits perfectly with our multi-sensory approach to treating and getting to the root cause of each of our clients addiction."

 

 

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