Butte Community Based Coalition (BCBC)


The Butte Community Based Coalition is a collaborative effort between the Butte County Office of Education (BCOE), California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), Butte County Sheriff, Butte County Probation and Tehama County Probation. The program is specifically designed to provide men and women returning from state prison or county jail with services necessary for a successful transition back into the community. 

The primary objective of the CBC model is to:

  • Ease client transition to the community
  • Preserve public safety
  • Promote positive re-entry experiences

Participants include men and women on parole, probation, or under the Sheriff's supervision.

The BCBC provides full wrap-around services in the areas of Life Skills, Education, Treatment Services, and Job Readiness Skills.

Individualized Treatment Plan (ITP)

A client's Individual Treatment Plan will be developed upon entering the program.  As the client progresses through the program the plan will be revised, and it is considered a living document that will guide the client's participation through the duration of the program.

 

ITP

Phase-Based Programming

  • Phase 1:
    •  20 program days
    • Introduce client to program and requirements for participation
    • Goals: Sobriety, develop ITP, administer/interpret assessments, complete foundational coursework, compliance with supervision and program requirements
  • Phase 2:
    • Changing the way the client thinks, address the client needs identified in their assessments, work on pre-employment training
    • Goals: Sobriety, fulfill ITP objectives, obtain employment or enroll in vocational or educational programs, compliance with supervision and program requirements
  • Phase 3:
    • Continue working on stability and becoming employed and independent
    • Goals: Sobriety, fulfill ITP objectives, develop exit plan, compliance with supervision and program requirement
  • Alumni
    • Goals: Sobriety, maintain employment or vocational/educational programming, compliance with supervision and program requirements
              

 


Contact:

Debbie Morris - Director
1859 Bird Street
Oroville, CA 95965
Phone: (530) 532-5891
Fax: (530) 532-5851
Email 
Triny Seifert- Senior Administrative Assistant
Phone: (530) 532-5689
Fax: (530) 532-5851
Email