Naloxone kits were distributed

to those located in areas of Brooklyn with high rates of opioid overdose in 2023


Clients and household members

were provided emergency pantry assistance in 2023


of NaviGAYte 2.0 Brooklyn clients

linked to medical providers for HIV successfully enrolled in 2023

Individuals and families struggling with health challenges find relief and support with CAMBA’s compassionate care, case management, and counseling. CAMBA is particularly focused on providing services to people with one or more health issues, including, but not limited to, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, heart disease, substance abuse and mental illness. CAMBA’s nutritional services and HIV/AIDS prevention initiatives help our clients learn healthy habits, access care and resources, and remain healthy.

  • Beyond Hunger Emergency Food Pantry provided emergency pantry assistance to 148,050 clients and households
  • 71.8% of households referred for SNAP were approved for benefits through the Nutrition Outreach and Education Program
  • CAMBA’s NaviGAYte 2.0 Brooklyn provided 223 H-PLUS prevention screenings, and 100% of individuals linked to medical providers for HIV care successfully enrolled