Healthy Families offers voluntary home visiting services to pregnant or newly parenting families. The program helps parents with the changes that come along with pregnancy and the birth of a child, providing parent education to support child development. Healthy Families also helps to identify financial or emotional stress and other family risk factors that may exist at the time of pregnancy and birth and provides referrals in the community to address concerns. Families must enroll during the prenatal stage or before their child is three months old (12 weeks). Services continue until the child is five (5) years old. CAMBA’s Healthy Families program is available to parents residing in the following zip codes: 11218, 11225, 11210, and 11238, 11233, 11226.
Healthy Families is funded by the NY Office of Children and Family Services and U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration MIECHV program.
The Healthy Families DYCD funded program assists low income parents to access community resources, including public entitlements/benefits, housing, education, job training, employment, substance use, domestic violence, and immigration services. Case Managers provide short term, outcome based support to families to make an immediate impact on quality of life and family well-being. Case Managers also assist parents in accomplishing long-term goals to strengthen their families. Services provided at our office and in the home to families residing in the following zip codes: 11218, 11225, 11210, and 11238, 11233, 11226
Eligibility: Women of childbearing age (ages 12-44) including teenagers, pregnant women and mothers of young children living in the following Brooklyn zip codes: 11218, 11225, 11210, and 11238, 11233, 11226
Clients Served Annually: 100
Referrals Accepted: Yes
21 Snyder Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226