BRIDGING ACCESS TO CARE - "A Bridge to a Better Life"
Bridging Access to Care, Inc, is a nonprofit, multi-service community-based organization dedicated to providing
comprehensive clinical treatment, evidence-based prevention education and harm reduction, care coordination, and mental health services in a
trauma informed/sensitive environment for individuals within at-risk communities in New York City.
Prep & Pep CampaignBridging Access to Care (BAC) believes in informing our clients about all of the health options available to them so they may choose the tools that suit them best and keep them happy and healthy. Reach out to the staff in our PrEP/PEP program to learn if PrEP/PEP is the right choice for you. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding PrEP or PEP, how it works, financial assistance programs available to pay for its cost, and the steps necessary to stay on PrEP or PEP. If you’ve already decided PrEP/PEP is the form of HIV prevention for you, we can even provide you with a referral to a clinic near you that is knowledgeable and experienced in prescribing PrEP/PEP.
BAC provides services to over +5,000 individuals a yearWith well over eighty qualified staff who have a wide range of experience, the BAC staff mirror the ethnic and minority communities we serve; 90% of our line staff are African American, Caribbean American or Latino, as well as 68% of our senior staff, and 70% of our board of directors! Our community services include:
Honoring 30 Outstanding Community Leaders Working to End the Epidemic
Friday, December 2nd, 2016
6:30 — 9:30pm
The Gold Room at Brooklyn College Conference Center
East 27th Street & Campus Road
Brooklyn, NY 11210
Hosted by Emmy Award Winner Brenda Blackmon
Our OfficesFour Locations in Brooklyn: Williamsburg | Flatbush - Church Ave | Crown Heights | Flatbush - Bedford Ave
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Job Summary: Responsible for intake, monitoring, and maintaining OASAS NY/NY III clients in scatter-site housing program. Principal Duties & Responsibilities: Conducts intakes, assessments, quarterly re-assessments, monthly (at minimum) home visits, and develops and implements initial, annual, and quarterly service plans with each client on case load of 25 adults Completes initial, annual, and updated apartment…[ Read More ? ]
DEPARTMENT: Social Support Services JOB TITTLE: Senior Health Educator/Outreach Worker JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for working closely with the Outreach Team delivering largely field-based outreach, retention, and education activities to patients enrolled in all agency programs. Responsible for improving linkage and promoting access to care. Compiles and maintains HIV and Medical Health Records, document outreach…[ Read More ? ]
DEPARTMENT: Behavioral Health JOB TITTLE: Program Manager-Intake Specialist JOB SUMMARY: Oversees day to day operations of program to monitor increased access to integrated care & improved health status for program participants’. Ensures program deliverables through monitoring/tracking the following services and outcomes. Conducts case conferences; Tracks GPRA rates; Conduct screenings, assessment and care/case management services…[ Read More ? ]