The Largest & Oldest Organization for HIV & AIDS Treatment in Brooklyn
Welcome. Bridging Access to Care (formerly known as Brooklyn AIDS Task Force), is the oldest and largest nonprofit HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment service organization in Brooklyn, providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS related services to under-served racial and ethnic minority communities in the borough. Over the past few years BAC has expanded its scope of service to include licensed mental health and substance abuse clinics and, in 2012, we were designated as a Health Home Care coordination team. Our team works with high need individuals who experience difficulty coordinating their significant health care needs.
BAC provides services to over +3,500 individuals a year
With over sixty well 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 senior administrative staff have been with BAC for an average of 12 years. Our community services include: