Young Adult Support

CAMBA can help you succeed in school, navigate challenging situations with family and friends, and keep you on the path to high school graduation and future achievements. Our programs include English enrichment, arts and cultural education, literacy classes, child care, and employment assistance.

If you’ve fallen behind in earning credits, we can help with evening academic programs so you can obtain your degree, find a job, or explore college or career opportunities. CAMBA also assists you with paid internships, college tours, and networking. CAMBA’s young adult support programs also include guidance on healthy relationships and teen pregnancy prevention, as well as counseling on consent, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence.

This includes academic and student support, career and educational exploration, work preparation, skills development and paid internships. The internship program has been able to provide an opportunity for employment after high school.

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Education.

Contact

Young Adult Borough Center (YABC) at South Shore Educational Complex
6565 Flatlands Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11236
T: (718) 968-4100

CAMBA uses an evidence-based curriculum called Bringing in the Bystander. Bringing in the Bystander is a multi-session curriculum that helps students to recognize the difference between healthy, caring, and supportive relationships and controlling, manipulative, and abusive dating relationships.

CAMBA offers the Enough is Enough program at  local colleges and universities in Brooklyn. In addition, we are currently networking with NYU Tandon School of Engineering, New York City College of Technology, Medgar Evers College, and the Pratt Institute.

If you’re interested in offering Enough is Enough to your students, please call (718) 282-5575 x 40338.

Contact

885 Flatbush Avenue
3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 282-5575 x. 40338