Women's Prevention Services

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

Program Summary:
CAMBA’s Women’s Prevention Services program reaches out to women at risk for HIV and other STIs in Brooklyn. The program promotes well-being by raising awareness and educating and empowering women. It achieves this by providing a range of options, including one-time educational workshops; group-level, evidence-based interventions; comprehensive risk counseling services; supportive counseling services; and referrals to HIV, STI and hepatitis testing. All services are provided in English and Spanish. 

Women’s Prevention Services offers three group-level interventions that are part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Diffusion of Effective Behavioral Interventions initiative:​
  • Healthy Relationships (HR): A five-session, small-group intervention for women living with
    HIV/AIDS that focuses on developing skills and building self-efficacy to enable participants to make informed and safe decisions about disclosure and behavior.​​​
  • Video Opportunities for Innovative Condom Education and Safer Sex (VOICES/VOCES): A single-session, video-based intervention that aims to increase condom use and is a means to initially engage women who may not be ready to commit to a longer intervention
  • Women Involved in Life Learning from Other Women (WILLOW): Designed for HIV women and focuses on the development of coping strategies, goal-setting and improved decision-making skills
Program staff provide services and interventions on site in Flatbush and also at other locations within the community, such as shelters, schools, and other agencies that have programs for women. 
Eligibility: Brooklyn women at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS
Clients Served Annually: 300
Referrals Accepted: Yes
This program is funded by the NYS AIDS Institute.

1720 Church Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11226
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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