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Ex-Offenders, Veterans Homelessness

Transitional Housing in a safe structured, supervised environment.

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

  • Length of stay: up to 12 months
  • Age Requirements: 21 +
  • Case Management 
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Clean, Safe Rooms
  • Meals provided
  • Common Areas
  • Computer Lab
  • Budget
  • Individuals/Group meetings
  • Substance Abuse
  • Anger Management 
  • Living Transitional Housing Behind
  • Outside Referrals

Case Management: Individualized case management is a core component of BPB programs, and case managers serve a vital role in conducting assessments, initiating program referrals, developing dynamic case plans, and in carrying out the overall operations of the Transitional Housing program. 

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.

Veterans: We are committed to helping restore dignity and purpose to those who so unselfishly laid their lives on the line for our country. Eighty-one percent of veterans who end up in jails or prisons had a substance abuse problem, and 25 percent were diagnosed as mentally ill. Veterans are overrepresented among the homeless population. Nationally, approximately 16 percent of homeless populations are veterans, compared to 10 percent in the U.S. general (housed) population.