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Incorporating Racial Equity into Trauma-Informed Care

Organizations like Bread for the City work with staff to ensure their understanding of the historical trauma experienced by Black communities at the hands of the health care system and what it means to be antiracist. Bread for the City requires all staff, including medical providers and board members, to attend an Undoing Racism Community Organizing Workshop hosted by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond. Bread for the City patients who are interested in attending the training can do so free of charge.

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Bread for the City opens medical center in Southeast

Starting next week, residents in Wards 7 and 8 will not need to come to the Northwest Center, which is located in Ward 6, for medical assistance. Bread for the City is opening its health care center in the newly named Michelle Obama Southeast Center of Bread for the City, 1700 Good Hope Road, SE on Monday, October 4, 2021. The new facility will bring BFC’s primary medical, dental, and vision care services east of the Anacostia River for the first time in the organization’s history.

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A Day in the Life of a Nurse at Bread for the City

Before reading this blog post, I want you to stop and think about the word “Nurse.”

Like most people, I’m sure a few images enter your subconscious thoughts. Bedpans, stiff white scrubs, or maybe you have seen a few too many episodes of Grey’s Anatomy and envision a steamy scene with Dr. McHottie. (Tempting for a mid-afternoon daydream!) But for me, nursing is much more of a phenomenon than that.

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The Golden Thread: Nonprofit CEOs Share Surprising Success Strategy Enhancing Adaptation, Innovation and Revenue During the COVID Crisis

Our CEO, George Jones along with others will participate in a panel discussion “The Golden Thread: Nonprofit CEOs Share Surprising Success Strategy Enhancing Adaptation, Innovation, and Revenue During the COVID Crisis” RSVP today!

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Free Walk-Up COVID-19 Vaccines

Starting Monday we will offer free walk-up COVID-19 vaccines to DC residents from 2-3 pm to the first 30 people. This will take place at our Northwest Center, Monday through Thursday.

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Promoting Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution in the Greater DC Region

Join George Jones and the Urban Institute and the Urban–Greater DC initiative for a virtual discussion on prioritizing equitable vaccine distribution to advance the health and safety of the public and protect vulnerable communities in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV).

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BFC called on the mayor to fund a simple improvement to DC’s low-income immigrant health insurance program

Last week, the mayor hosted the Virtual 2021 Budget Engagement Forums, an opportunity for DC residents to tell the mayor’s office what values they want to see reflected in this year’s budget. Bread for the City, as a member of the DC Healthcare Alliance Coalition, called on the mayor to fund a simple but essential improvement to DC’s low-income immigrant health insurance program. We want the mayor to change the DC Healthcare Alliance recertification period from six months to one year.

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New Southeast Virtual Grand Opening video

Bread for the City has completed construction on a new, 27,650 square foot comprehensive service center at 1700 Good Hope Road, SE, which began January 2019. Here’s a new video that captures all the special moments during the virtual grand opening.