Condom Distribution Program

​1259 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11226
T: (718) 675-3372

Program Summary:  CAMBA’s Condom Distribution Program targets at-risk populations living in Central and parts of Northern and Southern Brooklyn.
 
Through the distribution of condoms in Brooklyn neighborhoods, CAMBA:
  • Builds relationships with potential distribution sites
  • Conducts outreach outside high-traffic local train stations
  • Distributes condoms and performs safer sex demonstrations at neighborhood events
  • Gains access to the proprietors of high-risk venues and underground parties
  • Identifies and refers sites to the DOHMH for passive distribution list
  • Increases access to condoms and provides condom education to reduce new HIV infections and HIV-related health disparities
  • Maintains an active distribution site list with non-traditional establishments
Program staff work with Client Advocates and graduate and undergraduate interns to locate non-traditional sites and recruit them for condom distribution. HIV/AIDS Prevention.

CAMBA promotes program services and provides materials to non-traditional sites, high-risk locations, health fairs and special neighborhood events to raise the profile of the NYC Condom Availability Program in Priority 1 communities.​
 
Eligibility: Residents of Flatbush/East Flatbush (11203, 11226), Bedford-Stuyvesant/Crown Heights (11212, 11213, 11216, 11233), East New York (11207, 11208), Williamsburg/ Bushwick (11206, 11221, 11237), and Sunset Park (11232)​
Clients Served Annually: 170 distribution sites: 800,000 condoms
Referrals Accepted: Yes
 
This program is funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene through a contract with Public Health Solutions.

 
CAMBA
1720 Church Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226
718-287-2600
info@camba.org
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CAMBA is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers on this document may be reached by persons using TTD/TTY equipment via the New York State relay number 1-800-662-1220.


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