Our Services

“ With every STEP, The closer you get to light, the greater your shadow becomes”



When men are released from prison, they face immediate challenges—finding a place to live.

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School of Recovery and Self Improvement Treatment Program ~ Substance Abuse, DUI Classes

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We are committed to helping restore dignity and purpose to those who so unselfishly laid their lives on the line

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Workshop focuses on skills needed to successfully re- enter into the community. Financial responsibility,

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Our Mission

The BPB Floyd House mission is to provide a safe, affordable housing option and related benefits to a male re-entry citizens’ clientele, immediately upon their release from incarceration. The program also provides hope, encouragement and wrap around services including employment and training to enhance their ability to become self-sufficient. Our School of Recovery and Self-Improvement program provides substance abuse counseling and treatment.

Our Work

  • Housing

    BPB Floyd House provides transitional housing services for men returning to our community from incarceration. Program is staffed 24/7 and is a sober living environment. Random drug testing is conducted on site.

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  • Getting it Right

    The Managing My Life focuses on skills needed for successful living in the community. Financial responsibility, time management, legal issues, employment and coping skills.

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  • Homeless

    Have the Homeless Become Invisible.

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  • School Supplies

    This event is to assist families in the community to receive necessary school supplies to help our youth excel in their studies.

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    School of Recovery and Self Improvement.

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  • Employment

    Job preparation, Training, Case management services, Brand Yourself for the Search, Resumes

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  • Xmas Toys

    Our goal is to connect a hug through a gift which will help put a smile on a child’s face.

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  • Education

    The greatest gift we can give to ourselves and no one can ever take away from us, is to seek and to grasp an EDUCATION!

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  • Veterans

    We are committed to helping restore dignity and purpose to those who so unselfishly laid their lives on the line for our country.

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Collateral Consequences

In the United States

2,000,000 Invisible Punishment

1 in every 50 Children has a parent in prison

5.8 million Americans can not Vote because of felony conviction

Nationally, an estimated 19.8 million persons have a felony record.

More than 60% of the people in prison today are people of color

Total State Inmates


The total census at 20 state-run and 4 privately run prisons is expected to rise by 4 percent to 21,354 prisoners by 2017, according to a projection by the Division of Criminal Justice and the Colorado Legislative Council.

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Each year, some 650,000 people leave State and Federal prisons

Barriers Experience:

  • Obtaining Housing
  • Employment
  • Sustainable Income
  • Society View of Offenders

In Colorado, 1.5 million residents are listed on the state’s criminal record database, roughly 20 percent of the state’s population.

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Total Federal Inmates

Last Updated April 28, 2016.


82% ~ 159,759 federal inmates in BOP Custody.

11% ~ 22,684 federal inmates in privately managed facilities.

7% ~ 13,691 federal inmates in other types of facilities.

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Our Blog



New gang enhanced law

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Law Enforcement Accountability

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Record Sealing Collateral Consequences Reduction

Under current law, adults and juveniles can file motions for relief fr...



Collateral Consequences of Conviction

Collateral consequences of conviction can make it all but impossible f...

Who We Are:

The BPB Floyd House Program will provide transitional housing and additional supportive services to its’ clientele upon their release from incarceration. The case management staff will guide the participants through the accessing process for additional supportive resources such as, job development and placement, transportation, food stamps, family reunification, educational resources,etc. including all facets again, related to their goal to become self reliant.

Contact Us

(720) 668-6540 ~ CO

(916) 495-2879 ~ CA