Tyler Childers’ Entire Healing Appalachia Set Will Be Aired To Raise Money For The Appalachian Opioid Crisis

Looking for a good concert to dream this month? Look no further.

Healing Appalachia will be streaming highlights of their 2019 festival, along with additional interviews captured during and after the 2019 event. In addition to Tyler Childers full set, other performers included Arlo McKinley, Brian Fallon, Senora May, Jeremy Short.

What’s Healing Appalachia and why are they re-airing a festival from 2019?

Healing Appalachia works to produce events with the goal of raising money to combat the widespread addiction and opioid use in the greater Appalachian region. They partner with Hope In The Hills, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting the opioid crisis in the Appalachian region.

The free concert airs on February 12th, so make sure to check it out, and if you have the means, please feel encouraged to make a donation HERE.

Tyler’s own Hickman Holler Appalachian Relief Fund also works provide assistance those that need it most in the Appalachian region.

“As it relates to education, the Hickman Holler Appalachian Relief Fund is in the process of setting up an endowment fund called the Hickman Holler Appalachian College Fund to support scholarships for students of color and financial need at the following Appalachian colleges and universities:  Berea College in Berea, KY; Marshall University in Huntington, WV; Morehead State University in Morehead, KY; and Ohio University in Athens, OH.

The Hickman Holler Appalachian Relief Fund is supporting the work of the ACLU of Kentucky and the Louisville Urban League, and also support the ongoing efforts of Hope In The Hills, which is a nonprofit dedicated to fighting the opioid crisis in the Appalachian region through direct funding and event-planning.”

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