Our Vision and Mission
Our Goals

Our Vision: To support individuals to actualize their full human potential and achieve self-sufficiency by experiencing hope, healing, and recovery and freedom.

Our Mission: To provide temporary, transitional, dignified housing and supportive programs for
workforce development and reintegration. PBP provides holistic, wrap-around supports for
transitioning individuals and families to restore lives. PBP employs an empowerment model
whereby individuals make choices to meet their basic needs, to avail themselves of opportunities,
and to avail themselves of resources to create a better and sustainable future for themselves and
their family.

Our Values:

Respect & Compassion-

We embrace the diverse populations that we serve with compassion, understanding and respect.

We seek to create an open environment where we learn from each other, foster empowerment, and broaden our knowledge and awareness of the challenges our participant’s face.

We treat others with respect, extend professional courtesy and offer timely service and response.

We recognize participants are empowered to make choices and decisions for themselves.

Non-judgmental Environment-
We provide a trauma-informed environment where participants are able to move forward in a positive way, rather than be judged and put down for previous shortcomings or mistakes.

Open Communication
We provide a platform for open communication between participants and assigned case managers.

We will make sure our participants are heard and action is taken in a timely manner.

We strive to meet the following goals:

  1. Mission to end mass incarceration which has disproportionately affected communities
    of color and of lower economic positioning.
  2. Breakdown barriers preventing individuals from re-integration into the workforce
  3. Provide on-the-job training to build skills to enter the workforce at a livable wage
  4. Provide a safe and stable living environment through short-term transitional housing
  5. Create a “Core Care Plan” with the participant to support their desire to get “back on
    their feet” including how they will obtain permanent or transitional housing,
    employment and engage with supportive services as needed.
  6. Provide mentorship and coaching for one year after completion of the programs
  7. Provide access to or deliver supportive wrap around services for participants to
    increase their ability to become self sufficient
  8. Promote economic development in impoverished communities
  9. Disrupt the cycle of criminal justice involvement within whole family units
  10. Promote Family Reunification and healing and to build positive leadership within
    communities to further build a safer and more equitable world.