WHYY Health & Science Reporter Dana Bate speaks to Bebashi’s Executive Director, Gary J. Bell, on his thoughts on President Donald Trump’s promise to eliminate a large number of HIV infection in highly infected/populated areas by 2030. Read the interview here
Health experts say HIV is no longer a death sentence but it is a crisis in Philadelphia. Now they’re calling on people, and organization’s like Bebashi Transition to Hope, to act to help end the epidemic. Watch the report here
NBC10 Reporter Stephanie Jimenez’s report of how Bebashi and our partnership with Miriam Clinic is helping to aid in HIV treatment, education and prevention. Watch the special report here
Bebashi was highlighted in a Philadelphia Gay News article for hosting an application session for the new Gloria Casarez Residence for at risk LGBTQ youth in Philadelphia. Read here
Bebashi was included in a Philadelphia Gay News information feature about PrEP, a preventative pill against contracting HIV. Staff gave their insight on the lack of PrEP education and access and how Bebashi is fighting to overcome those challenges for our consumers. Read here
With African American women accounting for roughly 61% of new HIV diagnosis in 2016, The National Association of Black Female Executives In Music and Entertainment (NABFEME) created the 5k NABFEME Bike/Walk/Run Crusade Against AIDS as part of their annual summit 2018 summit in Philadelphia. Bebashi Transition to Hope, was the official non-profit partner and fundraising recipient […]
Bebashi Executive Director Gary J. Bell sits down with the PHL Diversity podcast to discuss his experience taking the helm of the first African American HIV AIDS advocacy organization in the U.S., established with a special focus on serving low-income people of color. Through Gary’s efforts, Bebashi has transformed into a full-service health management agency […]
Bebashi visited Your Voice with Solomon Jones to promote their involvement in the 2018 Be Expo. Bebashi Communications Specialist and Development Associate (Brenda Alexander and Peter Osunde) spoke about Bebashi’s history, services and their excitement about participating in the expo.