BPSOS - ATLANTA, GEORGIA
BPSOS-Atlanta, Georgia is the local branch of Boat People SOS, Inc., an international Vietnamese-American nonprofit community-based organization with a 39-year track record of services. BPSOS-Atlanta was established in 2000 to serve the growing Asian American community and their needs in Georgia. Following our mission, BPSOS-Atlanta is committed to improving the quality of life for all Americans in order to assist them in their pursuit of liberty and dignity.
30,000 clients served since 2000
Clients empowered through community education and awareness
Community organized to advocate and grow through positive unity
Individuals equipped with support services and resources for their needs
EVENTS & SPONSORS
Thank you to those who attended BPSOS-Atlanta's annual CAMSA Fundraising event - Dạ tiệc Gây Quỹ BPSOS-Atlanta Góp Một Bàn Tay! The event was a huge success, and not without the time and effort from all of our sponsors, staff, volunteers, and supporters. Huge thanks to Dr. Nguyen Dinh Thang for taking the time to be here with us, and our wonderful singers and performers: Thiên Kim, Bảo Vy, Mạnh Quân, Chị Kim Hạnh, và J Band! Thank you for spending such a meaningful and memorable Friday night with BPSOS!
Meeting the needs of our community
Health Awareness & Promotion Program
Established in 2012, BPSOS Community Clinic provides free doctor consultation and medical examinations to the uninsured and low-income patients in Georgia. Patients pay at-cost for lab services.
HAPP Program seeks to improve access to health services and promotes preventative health behavior through direct health services, social services, education, workshops, and community events to our community. HAPP has directly served over 5000 uninsured patients in receiving needed health services since 2008.
HAPP- Community Clinic provides medical, dental, pharmaceutical, vision, and/or mental health services, consultation, and referrals at no cost to those with low income and no health insurance. Open every Thursdays, 9:30am-3:30pm. Appointments only.
HAPP- Tai Chi class is a free group exercise class that meets every Monday and Wednesday 7pm - 9pm and Saturday from 8:30 am - 9:30 am.
HAPP- Breast Cancer seeks to improve access and promote preventive breast health services to underserved Asian women living in Metro-Atlanta. We provide free clinical breast exams and mammogram referrals for qualified women needing breast care services due to funding from Komen-Atlanta. Women needing assistance to navigate the breast cancer continuum of care will also be served by our trained and experienced staff.
HAPP- ACA/CMS Insurance Marketplace Navigation has certified navigators to assist community members to overcome barriers and obtain health insurance by educating them about the Marketplace, facilitating selection of a Qualified Health Plan, and providing other navigation services.
HAPP- Annual Health Fair is an annual health event that aims to heighten awareness of common health problems among Vietnamese community members and to increase access to primary care services and promote community wellness.
HAPP- Community Awareness Campaign Occupational Safety (CACOS) provides training to nails salon workers and owners on identifying chemical hazards, preventing injuries, infectious disease, and knowing their rights as workers.
Social Services Programs
Our CHIPRA Program helps qualified children to be enrolled in Georgia's Right from the Start Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids programs.
Social Services Program assists qualified individuals and families to apply for social benefits in order to aid the needs of these clients.
Medical Assistance Program is our program that assists parents in applying health insurance for their qualified children through Georgia's Right from the Start Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids programs, pregnant women Medicaid, and seniors.
SNAP/Food Stamp is a program that assists qualified individuals to apply for monthly benefits to help pay for the cost of food. We assist Georgian individuals and families to apply for this benefit.
Community Against Domestic Violence Program
Community Against Domestic Violence Program
The BPSOS-Atlanta CADV program is the first and only of its kind under the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant, the only federal grant program supporting direct assistance services to victims and survivors of all types of crimes.
Senior Services provide services and program referrals to many elders and their families such as Medicare, Medicaid, Senior SNAP, and other programs.