The Chainbreaker Foundation, a Utah-based, non-profit entity, helps victims stop the generational cycle of abuse through education, guidance and support.


Purpose

The Chainbreaker Foundation assists adult victims of all types of abuse–physical, sexual, spiritual, emotional, and verbal.  Our purpose is to provide education, guidance, and support.

To do this, the Chainbreaker Foundation provides free, educational classes every Tuesday night.  These classes are taught by various professionals who volunteer to come speak to us, including therapists, attorneys, physicians, judges, motivational speakers, and authors.  Classes are taught on various subjects.  Any adult, male or female, is welcome to attend.  The material is usually not appropriate for children, however, teenagers often come with their parents.

We also have trained volunteers who guide victims to the resources in the community and through the court system if necessary.  If a victim needs to go to court, volunteers will accompany them so they don’t have to go alone.

Some of our other resources include a library of appropriate books, an opportunity to contribute to the community through humanitarian projects, and free clothing.

Confidentiality

If you attend any of the Chainbreaker classes or receive any kind of help from the Chainbreaker Foundation, it will be kept confidential.

 

Goal

Abuse is becoming more and more widespread.  Our goal is to educate victims.  Abuse often becomes a pattern that is passed on from generation to generation.  We hope that by educating victims, it will empower them to make the decisions necessary to get them, and possibly their children, out of abusive situations and to have a better life.  “We cannot liberate victims; we can only educate them.  They must liberate themselves.”

 

Upcoming Weekly Classes

 

This is an amazing foundation that brings knowledge and comfort to those desiring to help themselves and future generations. The legacy of love will roll on and pay it forward into eternity. Thank you.
 

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The Chainbreaker Foundation has also joined efforts with the Susan Cox Powell Foundation. Susan and her two boys are pictured in the photo above.