Classroom Based Programs
Breaking Free works with elementary, middle school and high school students, their families and local school
districts to prevent the initiation of the use of mood altering substances, especially tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana. Funded
in part by the Illinois Department of Human Services/Division of Community Health and Prevention, Breaking Free works in partnership
with each school to develop a customized plan using research-based programs with proven effectiveness to maintain healthy environments
in the school. Examples include such programs as Too Good for Drugs
, Life Skills
, social norms and social marketing approaches.
For more information about these services email Nikki Lay, Director of Prevention Services or call her at 630-897-1003,
Breaking Free, Inc.
120 Gale St.
Aurora, IL 60506
Phone (630) 897-1003 Fax (630) 897-1042
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We build strong family foundations and
rebuild those impacted by
substance abuse, child abuse and
other life challenges.
We provide the highest quality education,
prevention and counseling services
focused on drug and alcohol abuse,
child abuse, family relationships,
health and wellness.
Need Assistance? 630.897.1003
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