26% of Bronx residents live below the poverty line!

In The Beginning...

 

BPHN is a non-profit organization founded in 2001 by three single parents in the Bronx who found it difficult to secure affordable housing for single parents and people with disabilities. Since that time, Mr. Rivera has helped create housing units for hundreds of single parents and persons living with disabilities, specializing in housing for people living with HIV/AIDS, Mental Illness & Homelessness.

The Bronx Parents Housing Network was founded in 2001. Its basic mission is to provide preventative social services and housing resources to individuals, single parents, substance abusers, the physically and developmentally disabled, people living with HIV/AIDS, the homeless and ex-offenders. During the past seven years the organization has served approximately 400 homeless families, 300 youth and 200 victims of domestic violence. The organization provided these services without having a dedicated funding stream.

BPHN Today

The Bronx Parenting Housing Network is committed to developing the necessary Life & Living skills of its clients to become an asset to themselves, their family and the community. The vision of BPHN is to help communities become a safe place for individuals and families. Our organization participates in collaborations that foster better housing and economic development that can attract investment and jobs to the Bronx.

The Bronx Parent Housing Network (BPHN) services all districts of the Bronx in New York City. The population includes those individuals who are: living with HIV/AIDS, single parents; substance abusers; the homeless; formerly incarcerated the physically and developmentally disabled. The mission of BPHN is to promote, foster and advance the health and welfare of the targeted persons in need by providing temporary & permanent housing placement, access to resources and preventative social services to enable our clients by all means and methods to better maintain permanent stable housing that is decent, safe and sanitary.

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