CAMBA’s Victim Assistance (VAP) will complete intake for new clients with signature verification via email or photos. Our services include advocacy and case management services. Regarding the Office for Victim Services (OVS) compensation claims, OVS will continue to operate during this health emergency, including processing emergency awards. The Sexual Assault Hotline will remain available at 1-800-310-2449.
If you are a victim of a crime, or a family member of someone who has been victimized, please call (718) 282-5575 weekdays between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. to speak to a CAMBA case worker who can help you.
If you have been raped and need assistance, please call us toll-free at (800) 310-2449. Our trained rape crisis counselors are available to help you 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
The New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NYSCASA) want you to lend your voice to the Survivors’ Agenda. This is a first-ever crowdsourced agenda about building power and changing the conversation–especially for those most marginalized and kept down by the structural oppressions of our society. Please click here to complete a brief survey and share what’s important to you.
CAMBA’s Victims Assistance Program serves victims/survivors of domestic violence, rape/ sexual assault, and other violent crimes. Support services offered at our Community Office include:
- Victim compensation claims assistance
- Opening new victim assistance cases
- Face-to-face and telephone counseling
- Follow-up contacts
- Individual, family, and group therapy
- Support group sessions
- Information and referrals
- Criminal justice support and advocacy
- Emergency assistance (Metro Cards)
- Legal service referrals
- Personal advocacy
- Sexual assault counseling.
With support from the NYC Council, CAMBA also provides psycho-educational workshops and groups on the dynamics of domestic violence. Additionally, CAMBA provides counselors on-site at the Brooklyn Family Justice Center, where essential advocacy, case management, and criminal and civil legal assistance are all provided under one roof to victims/survivors of domestic violence annually.
This program is funded by the NYS Office of Victims Services’ Crime Victims Board.
Eligibility: Victims of violent crime and their families living in Brooklyn
Clients Served Annually: 250
Referrals Accepted: Yes
955 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226