BAC won the “Runner Up for Best Overall Poster” at The Power of QI Conference, NYS AIDS Institute, December 8th, 2020.
BAC is scheduled to conduct a workshop on trauma-informed care at the World AIDS Day Ending the Epidemic Summit.
Bridging Access to Care Inc. is excited to announce its new Brooklyn-based Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team. The BAC ACT Team is an interdisciplinary team that provides individualized Psychiatric, Medical, Vocational, Family, Substance Use, Peer, and Administrative counseling and support to clients ages 18 to 101.
Assertive Community Treatment Teams service those individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness who have histories of multiple psychiatric hospitalizations, criminal justice involvement, generational poverty, and homelessness. ACT Teams provide an alternative to classic mental health engagement; Team members meet clients in their communities a minimum of twice weekly to practice trauma-informed strength based mental health care.
BAC ACT Team services can be accessed via professional or personal referral; referrals should be made via email to BAC ACT Project Director Patricia Valencia at PValencia@BAC-NY.org
Abstract Presentation– “Innovating Trauma Screening Assessment Diagnosis (ITSAD): Trauma Integration Module (TIM)”
National Council For Behavioral Health Annual Conference
April 5-7, 2020 | Austin, Texas
StoryBoard Presentation – “Proving Value: Using Standardized Tools to Measure Outcomes and Improve Wellness”
Institute of Health Improvement (IHI) National Forum Conference
December 8-11, 2019 | Orlando, Florida
Plenary Presentation – “A Look at One HPA Program’s Retention Rate and Why Housing Was Lost”
New York State AIDS Institute Power of QI Conference
Presentation – “Providing Value in a VBS Environment – A Tier 3 CBO Approach to Wellness”
CHCANYS Statewide Annual Conference & Clinical Forums
October 28 -30, 2019 | Tarrytown, NY
Report on BAC’s Trauma-Informed, Resilience-Oriented Approaches
National Council For Behavioral Health – Learning Community Summit Meeting
Brooklyn News 12: New Program Focuses on Women’s Health:
FLATBUSH -A new program in Brooklyn called Upwise is focused solely on women’s health. Every month, Helen Boben meets at the program to figure out how women in the community can get the help they need. READ MORE
Bridging Access To Care, Raymour & Flanigan Team Up On AIDS Awareness
About Kings County Politics
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Black Women Wise Up to PrEP
Rosie Perez’s Presentation at BAC’s World AIDS Day Awards 2015
From Intern to CEO: Glenda Smith Talks What it Takes to Run a Successful Nonprofit
Like many people, Glenda Smith didn’t set out for a career in the nonprofit sector. But a chance meeting with a 3-year old girl laid the foundation for a career that would begin with an internship and evolve to her becoming the CEO of Bridging Access to Care (formerly known as the Brooklyn Task Force), a community-based organization dedicated to providing comprehensive social services such as HIV care and treatment, one of the deadliest diseases to hit the African American community. READ MORE
Silence The Stigma
What You Still Don’t Know About AIDS
World AIDS Day is quickly approaching. On December 1st people from all walks of life will come together to raise awareness about an illness that has plagued over 78 million souls since first being defined by the CDC in 1982. READ MORE