It's About More Than Just Singing!
The Therapy Choirs of Michigan (TCM) is a Michigan 501 (c) 3 Non-profit Organization with the objective of aiding the Rehabilitation of those in need through singing in a choir, what we coin as "CHOIRTHERAPY".
Our goal at TCM is to create an exceptional group of vocalists, not necessarily in sound, but in spirit. We aim to provide a therapeutic experience to all who are involved with us, singers and volunteers alike. All potential members need is a positive attitude and a willingness to have fun; no prior singing ability is required. Through our "CHOIRTHERAPY", we aim to inspire "differently-abled" people to enjoy all aspects of their life and to build their hope for the future.
In addition, TCM continues to raise public awareness and educate the general population about the people who sing in our choirs.
TCM has (3) current THERAPYCHOIRS for people with developmental disabilities and various Special Needs with a wide range of ages (All Are Welcome). One Choir is located in Farmington Hills, MI within a Rehabilitation center, one is out of the Macomb Oakland Regional Center (M.O.R.C) located in Auburn Hills, MI, and the other one in Livingston County, The Livingston County Therapy Choir, at the 242 Community Center, Brighton,MI. They have generously donated the Conference Room area for our needs.
Please explore the rest of the website to learn more about The Therapy Choirs of Michigan and "CHOIRTHERAPY". If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us, and we will get back to you right away.
For additional information, please see our interview with PBS's A Wider World or see our Facebook Page.