The Breaking Chains Project (BCP) is a visionary initiative fostering meaningful connections between incarcerated individuals, individuals with past convictions, wrongfully convicted individuals, fully exonerated individuals, and high-risk youth, alongside the broader community. Our mission is twofold: to deter at-risk youth from veering off course and to foster hope and opportunities for positive reintegration into society for those re-entering from incarceration.
BCP serves as a beacon of hope and possibility, offering a lifeline to individuals within correctional facilities and those transitioning back into society. Through mentorship, educational programming, and community engagement, we empower individuals to break free from the chains of their past and forge new paths towards personal growth and societal contribution.
One remarkable example of the transformative power of BCP is the story of Gaylord Salters, featured prominently in our program. Despite being incarcerated, L.O.R.D has authored two inspiring books and founded his own publishing company. His journey from behind bars to published author exemplifies the resilience and potential within each individual, regardless of their circumstances.
At BCP, we believe in the inherent worth and potential of every person, and we are committed to providing resources, support, and opportunities for growth and success. Join us in breaking chains and building brighter futures for all.