New Breaking The Chains Film Premiere

Breaking The Chains Foundation is premiering their new short film, “Beyond Existence: Body” at the Hungry Event in Hermosa Beach on September 28th!

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Say It Brave Online Event

Join Eating Recovery Center for this month’s FREE Say It Brave Online Event with special guest Debra Hopkins, President/Founder of Breaking The Chains Foundation chatting about BTCF!
Thursday, July 25th – 5:00 pm PST / 8:00 pm EST
“In this Say It Brave event, we’re going to delve into what we can do when societal shame tempts us to hide our true emotions and specific ways we can:
        • Find the courage to experience envy long enough to learn from it
        • Let our sources of envy signal to us what is missing in our lives and inspire actionable steps
        • Create more space inside for universal experiences of “good” and “bad” emotions”
“A special thanks to our community partner: Breaking the Chains Foundation.” Eating Recovery Center
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Friday June 28, 2019 — 6:30pm

Monarch PR x Breaking The Chains Foundation
Please join us, BTCF Artist Ambassador Serena Laurel and an amazing line up of singers/musicians!
Free Music – Doors 6:30 pm – Music 9:30 pm – Craft Beverages & Food Available
RWALL Paint Lounge
345 North Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Breaking The Chains Foundation aligns with NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness) on Tanna Frederick’s Film “Two Ways Home” World Premiere as an Official Selection of Dances With Films 22 film festival. Supporting Mental Health Awareness June 15, 2019 at the Historic TCL Theatre in Hollywood, California.

Tanna Frederick (Defrost, Hollywood Dreams) stars alongside Tom Bower (Die Hard, Waltons) in her first produced narrative feature film Two Ways Home. A film from the heart, raising awareness about mental health in cooperation with aligned charities including  and .  Two Ways Home was directed by Ron Vignone, from an original screenplay by Richard Schinnow.

As a proud NEDA Network Member and sponsor, we walked as a team to support one another and a big community of those who endlessly work to raise awareness to Eating Disorders.

BTCF Celebrity Ambassadors Carolyn Hennesy and Brooke Lewis. Photo by Edward Tovmassian



Jillian Rose Reed

Celebrity Spokesperson for Breaking the Chains Foundation
is a guest speaker on SHOW UP LA Mental Health Panel
presented by SHOW UP SERIES
on September 8, 2018 at the Kim Sing Theatre.

We walked as a team to support  each other and the greater cause of bringing awareness to Eating Disorders. We are committed to education and raising funds in order to change the conversation of Eating Disorders. BTCF works with artists and art based communities to ignite a fire to light a whole new path to recovery.


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