We build strong family foundations and rebuild those impacted by substance abuse, child abuse and other life challenges.
Breaking Free, Inc. Aurora
120 Gale St.
Aurora, IL 60506
Phone (630) 897-1003 Fax (630) 897-1042
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Breaking Free uses nationally-recognized proven approaches to conduct comprehensive assessments and develop individualized treatment
and recovery plans.
Breaking Free enjoys a long history of working successfully with young people and their families using nationally-recognized proven
approaches that take in to account the unique developmental needs of adolescents.
Breaking Free applies nationally-recognized programs with documented success to provide nurturing, support and education that strengthens
families and promotes the healthy development of children.
Breaking Free uses nationally-recognized evidence-based curricula that have been proven to prevent youth alcohol and drug use in schools
and community settings to ensure that our children reach their full potential.
10K Run, 5K Run, Fitness Walk and Tot Trot
Thank you for joining Breaking Free
in our celebration of
National Recovery Month!
CARF International* has announced that Breaking Free has been accredited for a period of three years 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.
Breaking Free Awarded Three-Year CARF Accreditation
This first-ever accreditation for Breaking Free is the highest level awarded to an organization and shows the organizationís substantial
conformance to CARF standards.
*CARF International establishes consumer-focused standards to help organizations measure and improve
the quality of their programs and services.
Breaking Free has joined forces with other organizations in the area to offer specialized services to Hispanic, African American and
other minority women who are 18 and over and are struggling with alcohol and/or other drug use or have concerns about their mental
health and substance use.
The Moran Family
City of Aurora
Mayor Tom Weisner