Housing for People Living With HIV/AIDS

For more than 25 years, CAMBA has provided emergency and transitional housing for people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. We also help individuals who are chronically homeless, living with a serious mental illness, substance abuse disorder, or a combination of these challenges. Our goal is to prepare them to live independently by providing transitional housing and supportive services to ensure that they access and maintain connections to primary medical care in preparation for permanent housing. Our housing models include units scattered throughout the community and in a congregate setting.

CAMBA has a strong relationship with New York City’s HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) and its three Brooklyn-based centers and has a deep understanding of HASA’s benefits and housing placement process. Through HASA support, rent and utility costs are covered, we supply 24/7 security and building management for congregate facilities and provide specialized supportive services to HIV+ housing clients. For further information on these programs, please call 718.462.8654

Permanent Supportive Housing

HOPWA Permanent Supportive Housing programs provide permanent, scattered site apartments to homeless adults and/or families living with HIV/AIDS. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment. The following programs are... Learn More

Housing Assistance

CAMBA has a strong relationship with New York City’s HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) and its three Brooklyn-based centers and has a deep understanding of HASA’s benefits and housing placement process. Through HASA support, rent and utility costs are covered, we supply 24/7 security and building management for congregate facilities and... Learn More

Transitional Housing Programs

CAMBA manages the following housing programs through funding provided by the NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA). CAMBA does not take referrals for these programs. Please visit HRA’s website to learn about the services HRA offers and how to access them at: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/hra/help/i-need-help.page ​CAMBA’s Winthrop Transitional Congregate Housing Program (TCHP) provides... Learn More