CAMBA’s Food and Nutrition Services program provides food services to more than 250 HIV- positive individuals and their minor children.
- 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 meals (daily);
- Individual nutritional counseling to set nutrition-related goals and track client progress;
- Linkage to HIV Primary Care for clients who are not already connected to care;
- Nutrition education groups to discuss current nutrition topics in relation to HIV/AIDS;
- Pantry bags (weekly) to clients who are able to prepare and store food safely at home;
- Provision of oral liquid nutrition supplementation with physician prescription, in conjunction with nutritional counseling;
- Supplemental food vouchers (monthly) to clients who qualify, based on nutritional need beyond pantry-bag provisions
Please contact us if you, or a client is in need of food and nutritional services at (718) 462-8654, or visit our offices at 19 Winthrop Street, Brooklyn NY 11225. The program serves HIV-positive NYC residents earning less than $44,000 a year for one individual, and their minor children. You must provide verification of connection to HIV Primary Care upon intake, and every three months during program enrollment. This program is funded by HIV Care Services, a division of Public Health Solutions.
19 Winthrop Street
Brooklyn NY 11225