Atlanta Organization Helps Veterans Find Healing Through Music Project

Mar 20, 2019

State officials say more than 100,000 service members from Georgia were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan between 2001 and 2012. Nationally, about 20 percent of veterans coming back from those conflicts have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and traumatic brain injuries.

Alchemy Sky Foundation is an Atlanta organization that helps people heal through music. It recently worked with a group of metro Atlanta veterans to create a song called "Adjust Fire." 


Jaye Budd is a musician and founder of Alchemy Sky Foundation. He helped with the music project and stopped by "On Second Thought" to give the details. Marcus McCreary also joined the conversation. McCreary is an Army veteran and worked closely with other veterans in helping them write "Adjust Fire." 

Alchemy Sky Foundation is a non-profit organization that will contintue to work with veterans and other groups in helping them find therapy through music. 

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