Get comprehensive, personal support from our staff social workers. Each carries a Masters or Bachelors degree, complimented by real-world experience. Our social workers can help you cope with your diagnosis, and work with you to develop a comprehensive care plan. If you need it, we can link you to community services including housing, health care, and nutritional services
Just can’t do it alone? We provide support groups for people living with HIV/AIDS. Meals and help with transportation are provided at most support meetings. Learn more about our Support Groups.
At Bebashi, we understand that a HIV+ diagnosis can be especially challenging for women and families. Our social workers can help you identify specific needs and develop a personalized care plan. Support for medication adherence, self-esteem, life skills, risk reduction education, and job readiness are all available as part of your comprehensive plan.
The Second Helping Emergency Food Cupboard was established to meet the nutritional needs of low-income individuals and families infected or affected by HIV and living in the Greater Philadelphia area. The non-perishable and perishable items offered through the food cupboard lessen the burden on our HIV-infected consumers, whose diets depend on proper nutrition that is paramount to maintaining optimum health in order to live long-term with the virus.
We offer non-perishable food items and food vouchers to HIV+ people. Learn more about the Food First Pantry Visitor Policies.