Mental health charity, Journey’s Dream (, co-founded by Breaha Wallin of Fenton has been selected to partner with the socially conscious, award-winning media project, Charity TV Global (, as they prepare to launch their groundbreaking adventure reality TV series in the United States.

 An innovative virtual casting call is underway to find 12 people to feature in an unforgettable adventure.

 “The question we’re asking Fenton and greater Genesee County residents is this,” said Charity TV Global founder Troy Gray, “Are you ready to go on the adventure of a lifetime, be filmed by an award-winning TV crew and be a reality TV star?”

 Those who are interested can watch a three-minute video on Charity TV Global’s Facebook page and visit to register. Charity TV Global is a cutting-edge fundraising platform for charities worldwide, which combines entertainment with philanthropy.

 Almost 44 million Americans experience mental illness in any given year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. From widespread maladies like anxiety and depression, to headline-making crises like post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among veterans and opioid addiction in rural communities, mental illness takes a real toll on American families.

 The partnership with Charity TV Global further equips Journey’s Dream to bring these mental health challenges out of the shadows, face them head-on, and fill an enormous need for accessible resources and hope.

 Proceeds raised from this project support Journey’s Dream in achieving its mission to convene, develop and share the most effective and innovative solutions for mental health.

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