CAMBA provides prevention services for people living with HIV/AIDS and populations at risk of HIV transmission. In Brooklyn, these services are especially critical as the number of new HIV cases continues to increase and remains the highest of all NYC boroughs.
CAMBA’s services include evidence-based interventions that target women, a social marketing project for parents of LGBTQ youth to promote acceptance called Project ALY, and a condom distribution program.
CAMBA also works with several partnering agencies to refer clients for HIV/STI testing.
CAMBA’s Ending the Epidemic (ETE) is part of a statewide plan to decrease new HIV infections to 750 by the year 2020. The program strives to identify diagnosed and undiagnosed HIV-positive Brooklynites and connect them to healthcare and medication, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP). We focus on... Learn More
CAMBA’s NaviGAYte Brooklyn! program provides outreach, education, navigation and linkage services to at-risk populations in Brooklyn, including men who have sex with men (MSM) of color, both HIV-positive and HIV-negative. The program coordinates with other Brooklyn-based prevention and care service providers, including the existing Brooklyn based testing collaborative, Brooklyn Knows,... Learn More
CAMBA’s Project Accept LGBT Youth (Project ALY) promotes acceptance from parents and family members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth. The program helps family members who are struggling with acceptance understand the detrimental effects that disapproval can have on LGBTQ youth. Family acceptance is a proven strategy... Learn More
CAMBA’s Women’s Prevention Services program reaches out to women at risk for HIV and other STIs in Brooklyn. The program promotes well-being by raising awareness and educating and empowering women. We provide a range of options, including one-time educational workshops; group-level, evidence-based interventions; comprehensive risk counseling services; supportive counseling services;... Learn More
CAMBA’s Young Men’s Health Project (YMHP) aims to reduce transmission of HIV among young men who have sex with men (YMSM) ages 13-29, including those who identify as transgender or gender nonconforming, with a focus on communities of color in Brooklyn. YMHP uses a strength-based, youth development approach to provide... Learn More