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May is National Stroke Awareness Month

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.  

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Breaking the barriers to LGBTQ+ care: Bebashi’s Trans Necessities Closet open for in-person appointments from June 7

The announcement was made during the organization’s virtual panel discussion on the challenges experienced by the LGBTQ+ community when accessing care.   Philadelphia, PA (May 28, 2021) – As COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift, Bebashi is starting to welcome clients back to its Spring Garden Street office. From June 7, clients will be able to […]

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A Community Conversation on LGBTQ+ Access to Care – Full Recording

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 […]

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May is Blood Pressure Education Month

May is Blood Pressure Education Month and Bebashi wants to help you understand and take control of your blood pressure. Watch the videos to learn more about checking your pressure, what the numbers mean, and how to mange your blood pressure.    

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How to Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits with HIV/AIDS

  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 […]

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Food Insecurity, Gun Violence, and Bebashi’s Impact on the Community: Interviews with Janice Tosto

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 […]

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Bebashi hosts first COVID-19 vaccination event

The event, a partnership with Miriam Medical Clinics and Temple University Hospital, was held to encourage more people of color to get vaccinated.              Philadelphia, PA (April 26, 2021) –  Bebashi – Transition to Hope is playing its part in the fight against COVID -19. On Saturday, April 24, the organization, in […]

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Three new members appointed to Bebashi’s board of directors

Ayanna Washington, MBA, M.Ed., Scott Young, and Todd Outten are the newest members to be appointed to the board as the organization moves forward with its strategic development plan.                  Philadelphia, PA (April 9, 2021) – Bebashi – Transition to Hope is pleased to announce the appointment of […]

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Bebashi announces the launch of the Female Empowerment Kit during a virtual panel discussion on health inequities affecting African American women

                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 […]

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Bebashi in the News – NBC10 Know Your Mind

  In case you missed it, Bebashi’s FoodFirst Pantry was featured on NBC10 Philadelphia’s newest series “Know Your Mind.” Our pantry coordinator Arelis Pena speaks to Stephania Jimenez about how we ensure our clients receive the nutritious meals that they deserve.

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