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The Bradley Corporation

A Case Management Support Organization

Welcome to Bradley Reid Corporation website, and thank you for stopping by. Bradley Reid Corporation (501c 3) offers information and assistance in housing, counseling services, veterans support, case management, peer support, after-school enrichment, community crisis Intervention, business support, and more.

HIV / AIDS Support

The Bradley Corporation is charged with assessing the needs of and with planning services for People unsupported in North Carolina. Some of these services are funded by Part A of the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 and your support in giving. All of the projects and support for The Bradley Corporation is to empower people living with HIV/AIDS, adults, children, and families to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, to alleviate the underlying causes of poverty, and to enable all of us to attain our fullest potential as individuals and as members of the broader society. We strive to create a safe and respectful environment where we support each other in our struggles for self-esteem, recovery, and the confidence to move toward self-actualization. Read More

Veterans Support

If you don't know, here is something to hurt the heart to help the hearts of others. 1 in 3 homeless adults in the United States is a veteran. That's more than 135,000 veterans living on the streets or in shelters on any given day. Another 1.5 million other veterans are considered at risk of homelessness due to poverty, lack of support networks, and dismal living conditions.

At The Bradley Reid Corporation, we are trying to change the lives of veterans by providing men and women across North Carolina and the United States with clean, comfortable, and sober living apartments, which serve as stepping-stones to independent living.
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Child and Youth Support

The Bradley Reid Corp is charged with assessing the needs for people unsupported in North Carolina. Sadly we found that children are apart of these very people we are talking about. It's not always easy to identify youth on the streets through typical counts of unsheltered people experiencing homelessness. Homeless youth are less likely to spend time in the same places as homeless people who are in an older age range. They are often less willing to disclose that they're experiencing homelessness or may not even identify as homeless. They also may work harder to try to blend in with peers who aren't homeless. to a child thier thinking is to blend in and not ask for help. Pride will kill you if not channel to the right place. Read More

  • "HIV/AIDS has claimed the lives of more than 550,000 Americans. Today, about 1.1 million Americans are living with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, and one fifth of those infected are unaware of their infection."

  • " During the 12 months before being surveyed, 22% of students had seriously considered attempting suicide, 16% had made a plan about how they would attempt suicide, and 9% actually attempted to commit suicide. Four percent of students surveyed reported they were treated by a doctor or nurse for an injury, overdose, or poisoning resulting from a suicide attempt.""

  • "North Carolina reported 19,539 AIDS cases to CDC, cumulatively, from the beginning of the epidemic through December 2008. North Carolina is ranked 12th highest among the 50 states in cumulative reported AIDS cases. "

  • "There are over 8,800 homeless Veterans in North Carolina. Recent unemployment figures indicate that unemployment among Iraq/Afghanistan Veterans is over 28%. Many Veterans, once they return home, need help reintegrating back into society."

  • "North Carolina is home to over 800,000 Veterans and has the greatest number of active duty troops on the East Coast. Despite these numbers, there is no integrated state-wide program that provides the different levels of service – from hospitalization to drug treatment to vocational training - that our Veterans need.

  • "Thirty-two percent of students indicated they had felt so sad or hopeless for two weeks or longer that they stopped doing some of their usual activities.