Pregnancy & Newborn Support

CAMBA’s home visiting services target pregnant women, mothers of newborns up to 3 months and families with children ages 0-5 years who need support raising children in a safe and healthy environment, including access to quality health care, jobs, education and social support needed to raise a family.

Our current suite of home visiting programs collectively reaches 500 families each year and focuses on parent-child interaction and bonding, early identification of developmental delays, and connections to primary health care and other critical resources to support children’s development.

Through these services, CAMBA has been able to improve health outcomes and boost pre-kindergarten readiness for families in some of Brooklyn’s poorest neighborhoods.​

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

CAMBA’s Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) program provides in-school guidance, education and support, as well as a range of services to help teens handle and resolve existing situations and prevent unwanted ones. Services include educational workshops, crisis counseling, opportunities for peer support and assistance accessing external resources. All services and... Learn More

Healthy Families Home Visiting Program

We know that having a new baby can be both exciting and overwhelming. Whether you are a first-time Mom (or Dad) or are welcoming another child to the family, we will help you feel comfortable and confident in taking care of your infant. We will visit you at home, spend... Learn More

iCare Program

Program Summary: CAMBA’s ​iCARE Program stands for “Initiating Change Around Reproductive Education” and is designed to help all women lead healthy lifestyles, thus reducing instances of unplanned pregnancies, pre-term and low-weight births, and high maternal and infant mortality rates. We host educational workshops on key topics related to women’s (and... Learn More

Maternal & Infant Health Program

CAMBA’s Maternal and Infant Health (MIH) Program promotes women’s health through evidence-based health education curriculums and short-term case management. The program focuses on improving maternal and infant health outcomes through education, support and individualized service planning designed to address women's needs. Our Community Health Workers provide health workshops and one-on-one... Learn More