National Headquarters & Los Angeles Office
Stay involved with Break the Cycle's LA Office! Download this simple calendar and you'll be in-the-know for all volunteer activities.
Savor the Season
We'd like to thank everyone who participated in this year's Savor the Season. Learn more about Savor the Season. And remember to keep an eye out for deals on advanced ticket sales.
BTC Young Professionals (BTCYP) is an auxiliary group created to raise friends and funds to support Break the Cycle's life-saving work for teens. We have social gatherings monthly as a fun way for people to get acquainted with BTC. Join us every month to enjoy food, drinks and more at hip, cool spots throughout LA.
To join the invite list or to learn more, e-mail us.
Break the Cycle staff teaching in Hamilton High
Peer Leadership Program
Break the Cycle is excited about our partnership with a group of 25 motivated and creative students at the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES). Already committed to being trained peer counselors at LACES, the students will apply their skills and insight to creating a project to spread awareness about domestic violence among teens in greater Los Angeles. Look out for updates and pictures from the students as this project develops, and learn more about LACES at www.lacesmagnet.com.
Public Education Campaign
Break the Cycle is launching a pubic education campaign in Los Angeles, CA and Washington, DC to prevent dating violence among Latino teens and young adults. In collaboration with local community organizations like El Nido Family Centers and La Clinica del Pueblo, Break the Cycle will promote resources and services available to young Latino victims of domestic violence and raise awareness among Latino youth to take action to prevent the onset of abusive relationships. The campaign will develop materials and radio public service announcements in Spanish and English to reach the diverse Latino community.
Break the Cycle has successfully intervened in a lawsuit to protect domestic violence victims' access to law enforcement, regardless of their immigration status. The ACLU of Southern California will represent Break the Cycle and two workers rights groups in this case. Click here for more information.