BPHC was proud to join with nine member organizations earlier this month to present six workshops at the Fourth Annual DSRIP Learning Symposium.
Our sessions highlighted the critical and powerful role of innovation and community collaborations in re-inventing patient care in the Bronx.
Topics included BPHC’s Critical Time Intervention project, a successful high-touch support for patients who are homeless and have serious mental illness (SMI); engaging homecare aides as valuable members of the healthcare team; community-based peer resources for people living with AIDS/HIV; improving students’ access to mental health services, and expanding asthma resources in our borough.
BPHC also introduced a video featuring our partner organizations sharing the impact of DSRIP on their work. We look forward to sharing the video in the next few weeks.
Our thanks to our partners who presented with us: 1199 SEIU Home Care Division, BronxWorks, Cooperative Home Care Associates, Coordinated Behavioral Care, Mosaic Mental Health, The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition, People Care, and Services for the UnderServed.