From the Desk of Muzzy

Rather than create wealth for private developers, could we use the same shelter contract to create housing for low-income people?

Muzzy Rosenblatt,
CEO & President

Program Spotlight

Art Therapy

Integrated in 10 BRC programs, including the Boulevard Residence, Casa de Los Vecinos, Cecil Ivory House, Clyde Burton House, Fred Cooper Substance Abuse Services Center (SASC), Fulton House, Hand Up Safe Haven, Metropolitan Apartment Program (MAP), Reception Center and Sadiqua Khabir House, BRC’s Art Therapy Program provides clients the opportunity to reduce stress, develop self-awareness and build self-esteem through creativity.

The hands-on process of creating art, allows clients to cultivate a deeper understanding of, and empathy towards, others while gaining insight into problem areas in their lives. Art therapy helps people work through painful emotions and makes meaning of experiences that are difficult to articulate.

More About This Program

Creativity humanizes all people and people who have been marginalized need safe, supportive spaces to feel valued and validated