The Managing My Life focuses on skills needed for successful living in the community. Financial responsibility, time management, legal issues, employment and coping skills. Each participant completes a personal transition plan and works on developing 10 healthy habits as they enter a new phase in their lives.

Financial Literacy Course

After securing a job, an offender’s next step on the road to success is financial literacy. Knowledge of financial matters opens the door to participation in community life as a responsible citizen and sets up the next generation for success. Our volunteer bankers and finance professionals teach credit, loans, budgeting and saving.

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

bpbfloydinc@comcast.net

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