Behavior And Community Health
"So be it! I will find the way to do this. See to it! So be it! See to it!"
- Octavia Butler
We believe there are many factors affecting a population's health, within a community. These factors are tied to a population's environment and their community resources.
We believe biological, psychological, and environmental factors can make people vulnerable to potential mental or behavioral health conditions and and/or issues. These conditions or issues can also have implications on a person's or population's health.
What We Do
"We empower people, communities, and organizations."
We pride ourselves in having an in-depth understanding of 1.) vulnerable populations, 2.) despaired communities, and 3.) the dynamics of populations within environments - communities. This understanding aids BACH in providing appropriate and effective behavioral and population health consultation, capacity building and technical assistance services at the individual, organizational and community level.