Bridges to Health (B2H)

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(Offered to children/youth and their families throughout the five boroughs of New York City)

Graham Windham Bridges to Health (B2H) is a program for children in foster care designed to support families with children who have challenging behavioral and medical conditions. Our goal is to provide a “Pathway to Success” from foster care and beyond.

Every Family Needs an Advocate

All parents need someone to turn to when their child is struggling in school, in the home and in the community. B2H helps families end their struggles by providing trained workers who can assist parents and advocate for children.

B2H makes available up to 14 services depending individual family needs.

  • Health Care Integration
  • Skill Building
  • Family/Caregiver Supports and Services
  • Day Habilitation
  • Prevocational Services
  • Supported Employment
  • Planned Respite
  • Special Needs Community Advocacy and support
  • Crisis Avoidance, Management and Training
  • Immediate Crisis Response Services
  • Intensive In-Home Supports
  • Crisis Respite
  • Accessibility Modifications
  • Adaptive and Assistive Equipment