CAMBA’s nutritional services provide food and supportive services to Brooklyn residents who struggle to maintain a healthy diet due to financial restrictions.
Through our food pantry, CAMBA distributes food, including fresh produce, to more than 4,000 low-income individuals and families each month and helps register eligible recipients for SNAP benefits.
CAMBA also provides congregate meals, food vouchers and nutritional education to nearly 200 HIV-positive individuals and their families living in our emergency and transitional housing facilities.
If you are in an urgent situation and need emergency food supplies, please call (718) 282-3082 to confirm the hours of operation. You will need to bring a Photo ID for entry to the Pantry. CAMBA’s Pantry operates on a client-choice/supermarket-style system, where clients choose individual food items rather than... Learn More
CAMBA’s Food and Nutrition Services program provides food services to more than 250 HIV- positive individuals and their minor children. Services include: Comprehensive nutrition assessments and treatment plan development to assess food and nutrition needs; Comprehensive nutrition reassessments and treatment plan updates every six months to monitor nutrition status; Congregate... Learn More
The Nutrition Outreach Education Program provides outreach to individuals/families living in Brooklyn who may be eligible for SNAP benefits. On-site staff assist in filling out applications and provide referrals to other food/nutritional resources. For more information, please contact us at (718) 287-0010 or visit our Community Office. This program is... Learn More