Our Current Program Availability:
- Family Support staff provides in-person assistance for the following programs: Safecare Family Services, Families for Kid, our Maternal Infant Health programs, including Healthy Families, iCare and a program supported by the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) is also meeting in person with families. Existing clients should continue to contact their assigned workers. For new families seeking Safecare Family & Families for Kids services, please contact Erica Mitchell at 718- 282-1481 or 718-282-5575
- Victim Assistance Program: CAMBA’s Victim Assistance Program (VAP) is actively seeking new intakes at this time. For clients who are already enrolled in our program, please contact your case manager/victim advocate or counselor for further assistance.
- Regarding the Office for Victim Services (OVS) compensation claims, OVS is operating as usual, including processing emergency awards. The Sexual Assault Hotline will remain available at 1-800-310-2449.
- BIVO: For our community based anti-gun violence program, our Brownsville In, Violence Out office (BIVO) remains open and is actively working as part of the City’s Crisis Management System.
CAMBA works with families to create self-sufficiency. We help families that struggle to pay rent and other bills, maintain employment, raise children in safe environments, and cope with often severe emotional and mental health problems. These very real issues create barriers to self-sufficiency.
CAMBA’s Family & Community Support programs start by identifying each family’s strengths and needs. We then help develop solutions to real problems.
Youth and families also fight against domestic and street violence in their communities. CAMBA looks for comprehensive and holistic supports for these issues, creating safer communities and stronger families.
Our services include the following: