Informational meetings for Breakthrough group starts this week

Many Monterey County men have said they’d like to be a better father, husband, partner or friend – but they’re just not sure where to start! However, thousands of men have been able to gain more deeply meaningful relationships and live happier lives, through the area’s non-profit Breakthrough program. More than 2000 local men have graduated from the program since its inception on the Central Coast in 1987. 

Men interested in making 2020 a better year are invited to come to a free, public “Intro Night” from 6:45-9 p.m. on January 22nd or Jauary 29th at 1069 Broadway, Seaside.  Men can learn more about Breakthrough, and register for the intro night, on the group’s website,

“Breakthrough is a community of men dedicated to making real changes in the quality of men’s lives,” said Breakthrough executive director Chris Fitz. “Invite your friends and come talk, man to man! Our grads say they have become better men, better tools, better lives – free, alive, whole, happy.” 

At the introductory meeting, men will have a chance to meet the group leaders and other interested men as well as having any questions regarding content, schedules and finances addressed. “Bring all your questions, curiosity, interest, hopes and doubts,” Fitz said. 

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