Bering Omega Community Services
Rating: 5 stars 12 12 reviews
Po Box 540517 Houston TX 77254 USA
Bering omega community services exists to nurture the well being and meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of persons affected by hiv/aids through compassionate health care and social services.
Bering omega dental clinic provided 15,032 patient visits to 2,533 hiv + individuals. Dental services offered at this program are critical to overall overall good health, securing and maintaining employment and self esteem as well as to preventing pain, tooth loss and possible loss of life.
the bering omega housing and financial assistance program provides safe and stable housing for clients in our community struggling with housing and financial issues. In 2014, the program administered $1,279,061 in emergency rent/mortgage and utility payments for 446 hiv + individuals and others in their households. For many, this assistance was vital in preventing homelessness.
omega house was created in 1986 to operate as a residential facility to care for persons with aids who are in the terminal stage of the illness. The hospice program provided 2,413 days of hospice care to 41 terminal phase aids patients.
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2 people found this review helpful
This is a great organization, which provides essential dental, hospice, and day care services to people living with HIV/AIDS. It is amazing how many people the organization can help in our local community. Please come by to volunteer for a day or learn more about the organization.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The various interactions I have had with volunteers and seeing the clients obtaining the special services that they cannot get anywhere else in our community.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Give the organization access to more capital to perform more services for a larger population of Houstonians.