For National Stroke Awareness Month, Bebashi’s Wellness Clinic wants to make sure you know everything you need to know about strokes. Watch the videos to learn about the top causes of strokes and some of the most common signs and symptoms of a stroke.
On Tuesday, May 25, Bebashi – Transition to Hope hosted its third virtual panel event, “A Community Conversation on LGBTQ+ Access to Care.” The event was moderated by Lee Carson, Director, Philadelphia Area Sexual Health Initiative, and included as panelists Chris Landtroop, Board Member, Bebashi – Transition to Hope; Chris Bartlett, Executive Director, William Way […]
If you’ve been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and you are not able to work because of the symptoms that you’re experiencing, you can file a claim for Social Security disability benefits. As long as you have worked in the past and you expect that you won’t be able to work for at least a year […]
PhillyCAM Voices May 3, 2021 – Health Enterprise Zone Coordinator, Janice Tosto, chats with PhillyCAM Voices about Bebashi’s services and food insecurity in Philadelphia. GTown Radio April 8, 2021 – #Bebashi‘s Health Enterprise Zone Project Coordinator, Janice Tosto, appeared on GTown Radio, together with Dr. Randi Smith, to discuss the link between food insecurity […]
Bebashi – Transition to Hope is empowering women to take control of their sexual health and overall well-being. On Tuesday, March 23, 2021, the organization hosted “A Community Conversation on Health Inequities Among Black and African American Women,” the second in a series of virtual panel discussions […]
The virtual discussion included panelists from Bebashi, the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, American Heart Association and Temple University; and touched on the complexities of food insecurity and the need for sustainable change. Philadelphia, PA (January 26, 2021) – On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, Bebashi – Transition to Hope […]
Recently I heard an interview with Dr. Ben Carson, the brilliant former pediatric neurosurgeon and current Secretary of the Housing and Urban Development Agency (HUD) about why African American ballplayers were met with such vitriol for having the audacity to protest police brutality during the national anthem. He repeated a well-worn racist troupe that the […]