New York State Senator Gustavo Rivera recently joined us to shine a light on our work with the 100 Schools Project, which trains NYC teachers, guidance counselors, and administrators to identify the early signs of mental illness and substance use among students. We were proud to honor three schools that have made exceptional progress […]
BPHC Innovation Fund Project When Mary retired after 40 years as a psychiatric nurse, she knew she wanted to stay busy. She began teaching free English classes at SUNY Attain Lab through ArchCare TimeBank, a volunteer service exchange program, sponsored by ArchCare, the healthcare ministry of the Archdiocese of New […]
Helping Our Community Breathe Easier BPHC has partnered with a.i.r. nyc to provide in-home asthma self-management services to families in the Bronx. Find out more in this feature story on SBH Health System’s blog.
People living with mental health or substance abuse conditions have a much higher rate of chronic disease and die 20 years earlier than the general population on average due to poor medical care. Thirteen BPHC organizations are collaborating to improve the way we screen and coordinate care for patients with […]
BPHC is pleased to announce that three nursing homes have been selected to implement six-month pilot programs aimed at connecting clinical and community providers to improve post-acute care for patients in the Bronx. They are: Centers Health Care (Community-based referral project) Grand Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (Combined telemedicine/telepsychiatry project) […]