In April, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released a federal housing assistance program proposal that would have drastically increased rents for some of CAMBA’s most vulnerable … Read More
Featured image: Raven (left) receives on-site case management services from a CAMBA staff member.
Imagine one out of every five of your friends, classmates, coworkers or relatives.
That is the number of … Read More
In 2015, New York State’s Governor Andrew Cuomo launched an awareness campaign Enough is Enough to combat sexual violence on college campuses. The legislation requires all colleges to adopt a … Read More
In 1987, the United States Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month, a fact that demonstrates an important move towards recognizing the achievements of women in this country. With … Read More
Pictured above: Barry's Beauty Bar, a local business that received support from CAMBA Small Business Services
Only 22 percent of the City’s 5,259 certified minority and women owned businesses received city … Read More
The post first appeared here on BKLYNER.com on December 15, 2017.
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“Please don’t tell anyone you saw me here.”
That is what people say when someone they know … Read More
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