What We Offer Clients

BPHN exhibits an almost 20-year history and experience of housing and case management service delivery low-income New Yorkers whose household incomes almost never exceed 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Individuals and families served by BPHN are facing chronic poverty and drug addiction (evidenced by high rates of injection drug use, drug overdose) which undermines housing security, forcing many to become unstable and homeless. Vulnerable, disenfranchised, and homeless most clients typically exhibit disproportionately high rates of HIV, Hepatitis C, and other sexually transmitted infections – health disparities that are the symptoms of underlying community health and structural inefficiencies that often points to systemic marginalization.

 

BPHN’s Core Services

 

  • Safe, Affordable, Permanent Housing
  • Temporary Housing Placement
  • Supportive Housing
  • Housing for Persons Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)
  • Social Support Services
  • Empowerment/Moving People Towards Independence
  • Safety/Crisis Intervention
  • Case Management
  • Immigration Services
  • Substance Use Disorder Counseling
  • Mental Health Support
  • Priority Access to Brokers/Landlords

 

TARGET POPULATION: WHO DOES BPHN SERVE?

 

  • The Homeless Population
  • The Bronx Community As A Whole
  • Young Mothers With Children
  • Minority Women And Children
  • Undocumented Families
  • Individuals And Families With Substance Use Disorders
  • Displaced Families Who Travel From Other Countries Due To Unforeseen Circumstances (Including Refugees)
  • Mental Health Populations Including Single Adult Women With Mental Health Issues
  • Persons Living With Hiv/Aids Including Women And Children
  • Single Adults ( Men And Women)
  • Displaced Youth
  • Veterans
  • Domestic Violence Survivors
  • Unemployed Or Low-Income (Working Just Above The Poverty Line)
  • Underprivileged
  • Elderly
  • LGBT
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