Using Humor to Face Addiction Michigan (UFAM) is an organization that uses humor and music to overcome life challenges with laughter, song and strength. UFAM supports recovery communities and organizations working to chance the way addiction is perceived in our state.
UFAM’s Seventh-Annual Recovery Live Residency Tour will make a stop at Shalom Lutheran Church in Pinckney on Saturday, Dec. 8, and the public is invited.
Doors open at 5:45 p.m., with showtime at 6:30 p.m. Shalom Lutheran Church is located at 1740 E. M-36 in Pinckney.
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and they’re available in advance by clicking here. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 810-360-5779.
For an additional cost, there will also be a buffet-style barbecue dinner before the show, sponsored in honor of the Amber Reineck House.
Featured in the show will be several nationally known performers and advocates:
Mark Lundholm, a world-renowned comedian who uses humor to speak about addiction and life in recovery.
Tim Ryan, A&E’s “Dope Man,” and a nationally known thought leader on the opiod epidemic.
Ryan Hampton, a recovery advocate from Facing Addiction, Huffington Post contributor, author of “American Fix” and creator of the Voices Project.
Randy Grimes, a former NFL player who launched and “Athletes in Recovery” group, to help athletes find treatment and recovery resources.
Matt Butler, a talented singer and songwriter known for his song “Just One” and his documentary, “Generation Found.”