We build strong family foundations and
rebuild those impacted by
substance abuse, child abuse and
other life challenges.
Breaking Free has been accredited by CARF International for its Intensive Outpatient Adolescent and Adult Integrated treatment programs,
Outpatient Adolescent and Adult Integrated treatment programs, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention programs, and Family Based child
abuse prevention programs.
CARF International establishes consumer-focused standards to help organizations measure and improve the quality of their programs
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At Breaking Free we provide hope and help to people each day.
dollar makes a huge difference in a child's future,
an adolescent's path, and an adult's choices.
Our sliding scale fees mean
will be turned away because of economic circumstances.
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Breaking Free is committed to one goal: helping individuals and
families live in a community where everyone reaches their full potential.
Free cannot accomplish its goal alone. Based in Aurora, IL,
we collaborate with schools, law enforcement agencies, local coalitions
other human service organizations to help strengthen communities
in the five-county area we serve.
Breaking Free was founded in 1975
by a community coalition and
incorporated in Illinois in 1977 as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.
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For over 30 years Breaking Free's passionate and proven approach
has been strengthening the lives of 15,000 people annually.
staff uses nationally recognized prevention and
educational programs to build the life skills people need to thrive and
decisions for themselves and their families.
The Jack Morcos Memorial Golf Classic honors Aurora businessman and philanthropist Jack Morcos for his passionate commitment to helping
others in our community as well as his steadfast support of Breaking Free’s mission.
As an avid golfer, he was committed to
ensuring that the Annual Golf Classic was successful. Because of that commitment, the Board of Directors chose to celebrate his life
and love of the Aurora area by naming the event after him.
All proceeds will benefit the programs of Breaking Free which strengthen
families one person at a time through education, prevention and counseling focused on child abuse and neglect, alcohol and drug abuse,
juvenile delinquency and mental health.
Driving Range and
Putting Greens Open
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Schedule of Events
Monday, June 6, 2016