BPHN – ESSENTIAL SUPPORT SERVICES FOR OUR COMMUNITIES
Kimberly Wing is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked with not-for-profit organizations in New York State and New York City (NYC) for over a decade. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. Prior to coming to BPHN, she worked for Goddard Riverside Community Center as the Associate Executive Director of Permanent and Transitional Housing Social Services. Kimberly has experience working with vulnerable populations including, individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, chronic homelessness, chemical dependence, co-occurring disorders, domestic violence and the aging population. She has focused her leadership around building teams that provide the highest quality services to the most vulnerable populations. Kimberly headed an initiative to use data as a tool to tailor clinical practice and influence best practices. Kimberly is recognized a leader in the field of supportive housing and mental health social services. Kimberly has collaborated with The Corporation for Supportive Housing and has presented on a panel for a regional forum discussing Innovations for Vulnerable Seniors in Supportive Housing, participated in a whitepaper to Review the MRT Senior Supportive Housing Pilot Program, and assisted in the development of creating best practices/core competencies for working with elderly in supportive housing. She has presented on a webinar on Healthy Aging in Community, has presented on “Social Determinants of Health and Housing” at the Annual Housing and Special Needs Population Conference in Niagara Falls and recently her work “Using Data in Clinical Practice” was presented at the annual Association for Community Living conference.
BPHN is committed to making a difference in solving the housing problem in New York City by transforming lives and creating holistic paths to employment.
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