Here are some frequently asked questions. Check out the answers below:
Our mission is to provide counsel, encouragement and support to recording artists and their families.
Many issues can be dealt with by someone coming alongside, offering wise counsel and support. That’s what we do at Porter’s Call. While our staff does have counseling degrees, we neither operate a private practice, nor do we charge for our services.
If you are dealing with issues that need weekly, long term counseling, we will refer you, making sure you land in a good place. And we’ll assist you with the cost of that referral.
We provide our services at no cost. Actually, we charge $5 and give that money away to artists with a specific financial need and a charitable work (a different project each year). In 2017 we have chosen a wonderful organization, Music Heals International. MHI brings music and musicians to the children of Haiti and other parts of the world. For more information go to www.mhinternational.org .
Good question. We have a board of directors and an advisory board who help to raise funds primarily from those who benefit from healthy artists – record companies, managers, agents, fans, etc. Some artists, after they come to Porter’s Call, have decided to give back so that others can come.
If you want to tell someone about Porter’s Call and your visits here, you are free to do so. As for us, we don’t talk about who comes here or what they talk about. Your visit here is entirely confidential.