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​​​CAMBA provides on-site supportive services at affordable housing residences owned and managed by partnering organizations. CAMBA’s life-changing social services provide safe, healthy homes for low-income and formerly homeless individuals. 

1212 MLK ​​​​

1212 University Avenue, Bronx, NY 10452
T: (718) 675-3368
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Program Summary: 212 MLK apartments in the Highbridge neighborhood of the Bronx provides supportive housing for 17 formerly homeless families and adults. CAMBA offers on-site support services. 
 

1212 MLK offers:

  • 24/7 front desk attendant/security services
  • Built-in homework areas in 2- and 3-bedroom units
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances
  • Landscaped garden and children’s play area 
  • Large, bright apartments with high ceilings 
  • Large community room​​

Eligibility: Supportive units: formerly homeless, resided in a tier II shelter and are HPD/Section 8 eligible
Clients Served Annually: 17
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by Dunn Development.

Bergen Saratoga
331 Saratoga Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11233
T: (718) 226-0439

Program Summary: ​The Bergen-Saratoga is a supportive/affordable housing development located in the Ocean Hill/Brownsville section of Brooklyn developed by Dunn Development. Bergen Saratoga Apartments will provide affordable housing for low-income working families at 50 or 60 percent of Area Median Income along with 40 units set aside for formerly homeless individuals who are Population A (SPMI/NYNY III) eligible. These units will be master leased by the non-profit social services provider, CAMBA, Inc.

CAMBA will provide on-site supportive services including:
  • 24/7 front desk security services
  • Amenities include a community room with a kitchen, a library/ computer room, a tenant garden, laundry and a children’s play area.
  • Case management
Eligibility: Chronically homeless single adults who are diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) or as mentally ill and chemically addicted (MICA).
Clients Served Annually: 40
Referrals Accepted: ​No​

The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by Dunn Development and the New York Office of Mental Health.

Dumont Green 

1490 Dumont Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11208
T: (718) 235-1038
 
Program Summary:  Dumont Green in East New York, Brooklyn, provides supportive housing for 33 formerly homeless families and three single residents, and affordable housing for 140 households with incomes up to 60 percent of the Area Median Income. 
 
CAMBA offers on-site support services, including:
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination
  • Financial management
  • Holiday and social gatherings
  • Home visits, group counseling and workshops
  • Yoga
Eligibility: Supportive units: formerly homeless for a year or more, with special needs. All referrals from DHS
Clients Served Annually: 36
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by the Hudson Companies. Support services are funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and Department of Homeless Services.

Gabriel House

201 West 122nd Street, Manhattan, NY 10027​
T: (212) 665-6610
 

Program Summary: Gabriel House provides supportive housing for 30 formerly homeless individuals with HIV/AIDS. CAMBA offers on-site support services. 

Gabriel House offers:

  • 24/7 front desk attendant/security services
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, financial management and holiday and social gatherings and recreation.
  • Community room
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances
  • Large kitchen providing breakfast and dinner served daily
  • Studio apartments; every two apartments share one bathroom, each apartment has its own full kitchen​

Eligibility: Supportive Units: Formerly homeless individuals with HIV/AIDS. All referrals from HASA.
Clients Served Annually: 30
Referrals Accepted: No

The building was developed by Addicts Rehabilitation Center. Support services are funded by the NYC Human Resources Administration-HASA.  

Highbridge Overlook 

240 W. 167th Street, Bronx, NY 10452
T: (718) 408-5752
 
Program Summary: Highbridge Overlook provides supportive housing for 40 formerly homeless individuals and affordable housing for 114 households with incomes up to 60% of the Area Median Income. CAMBA offers on-site support services.
 
Highbridge Overlook offers:
  • ​24/7 front desk attendant/security services
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances
  • Landscaped roof
  • Large community room, kitchen and laundry room​

Eligibility:  Formerly homeless individuals with special needs.
Clients Served Annually: 40
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the NYS Office of Mental Health.

Highbridge Terrace 

220 West 167th Street, Bronx, NY 10452
T: (718) 675-3367
 
Program Summary:  Highbridge Terrace provides supportive housing for 13 formerly homeless families and affordable housing for families with incomes up to 60 percent of the Area Median Income and for NYCHA residents. CAMBA offers on-site support services.
 
Highbridge Terrace offers:
  • ​24/7 front desk attendant/security services
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings
  • Built-in homework areas in 2- and 3-bedroom units
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances
  • Landscaped roof terrace with views of Manhattan
  • Large, bright apartments with high ceilings
  • Large community room​

Eligibility: Supportive units: formerly homeless, resided in a tier II shelter and are HPD/Section 8 eligible
Clients Served Annually: 13
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the NYS Office of Mental Health.

James Bryant Homes

T: (212) 996-5700 x 23501 
 
Program Summary: James Bryant Homes is a Single Room Occupancy (SRO) congregate facility which serves 32 formerly homeless individuals with a population of SPMI, MICA and HIV/AIDS. CAMBA offers on-site support services.  
 
James Bryant Homes offers:

  • 24/7 front desk attendant/security services
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, financial management and holiday and social gatherings and recreation.
  • Community Room
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances
  • Laundry Room
  • Studio size, bright apartments with high ceilings, full kitchens and bathrooms​

Eligibility: Supportive Units: Formerly Homeless individuals with SPMI, MICA or/and HIV/AIDS. All referrals from DHS or HASA.
Clients Served Annually: 32
Referrals Accepted: No

The building was developed by Addicts Rehabilitation Center Foundation Inc. Support services are funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, NYC Department of Homeless Services and NYC Human Resources and Administration-HASA.  

King Gardens 

211 Riverdale Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11212
T: (718) 408-5762
 
Program Summary: King Gardens in Brownsville, Brooklyn, provides supportive housing for 20 formerly homeless senior adults and affordable housing for 45 low-income households. CAMBA offers on-site support services.
 
King Gardens offers:

  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings
  • Landscaped rear yard
  • Large community room with kitchen and laundry room
  • Library/computer room
  • Resident activity rooms​

Eligibility:  Formerly homeless adults, age 62 and older, with special needs.
Clients Served Annually: 20
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the NYS Office of Mental Health.

 

Legacy Houses 

​T: (718) 282-6472
Program Summary:  Legacy Houses in East Harlem provides supportive housing for 30 chronically homeless HIV-positive single adults and affordable housing for 35 families with incomes up to 60 percent of the Area Median Income. CAMBA offers on-site support services. 
 
Legacy Houses offers:

  • 24/7 front desk attendant/security services
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, financial management, and holiday and social gatherings
  • Children’s play area
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances
  • Landscaped rear yard garden and patio
  • Large, bright apartments with high ceilings
  • Large community room
  • Sheltered outdoor bike parking​

Eligibility: Chronically homeless HIV-positive single adults with a mental health or substance abuse disorder or MICA (Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted). All referrals from HASA.
Clients Served Annually: 30
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the NYC HIV/AIDS Services Administration.

Livonia Commons

494 Georgia Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
T: (718) 226-0440

Program Summary: Livonia Commons is a supportive/affordable housing development located in the East New York section of Brooklyn developed by Dunn Development. Livonia Commons Apartments provides affordable housing for low-income working families at 50 percent or 60 percent of Area Median Income along with 43 units set aside for formerly homeless individuals who are Population A (SPMI/NYNY III) eligible. These units are master leased by the non-profit social services provider, CAMBA, Inc. 

CAMBA provides on-site supportive services including:

  • Case management and 24/7 front desk security services
  • Children’s play area
  • Large community room with kitchen and laundry room
  • Laundry
  • Library/computer room
  • Tenant garden​

Eligibility: Chronically homeless single adults who are diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) or as mentally ill and chemically addicted (MICA).
Clients Served Annually: 43
Referrals Accepted: No

The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the New York Office of Mental Health.​

Myrtle Avenue Apartments 

854 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206
T: (718) 388-2049
 
Program Summary: Myrtle Avenue Apartments in Bedford-Stuyvesant provides supportive housing for 11 formerly homeless families and affordable housing for 22 low-income families. CAMBA offers on-site support services.
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Myrtle Avenue Apartments offers:

  • Built-in homework areas 
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings 
  • Community room 
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances 
  • Off-street parking and tenant storage room 
  • Spacious family apartments​

Eligibility:  Supportive units: chronically homeless families, or those at serious risk of becoming chronically homeless, in which the head of household suffers from a substance abuse disorder, a disabling medical condition or HIV/AIDS. All referrals from DHS.

Clients Served Annually: 11
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

 

Putnam Court 

40 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238
T: (718) 675-3342
 
Program Summary: Putnam Court apartments provides supportive housing for 34 formerly homeless single adults and affordable housing for 24 households with incomes up to 50% of the Area Median Income. CAMBA offers on-site support services.
 
Putnam Court offers:
  • 24/7 front desk attendant/security services
  • Bike parking 
  • ​Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, individual support, group counseling and workshops focusing on such topics as financial management and computer skills. Community building efforts include holiday and social gatherings as well as field trips to cultural events or to the movies 
  • Computer room 
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances 
  • Landscaped rear yard and tenant garden 
  • Large/bright apartments 
  • Large community room 
  • Tenant storage room
Eligibility: Formerly homeless for a year or more, with a serious and persistent mental illness.
Clients Served Annually: 34
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the NYS Office of Mental Health.

The Rockaway

T: (718) 484-0145
 
Program Summary: Rockaway Avenue Apartments in Brownsville, Brooklyn, provides supportive housing for eight formerly homeless families and affordable housing for 55 low-income families. CAMBA offers on-site support services. 
 
Rockaway Avenue Apartments offers:

  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances 
  • Five income tiers 
  • Landscaped garden and children’s play area 
  • Large community room 
  • Proximity to subway​​
  • Tenant storage rooms and off-street parking 

Eligibility:  Supportive units: formerly homeless families with a head of household diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder, mental illness, disabiling medical condition or HIV/AIDS​
Clients Served Annually: 8 families
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development Corp. and MHANY Management. Support services are funded by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Rugged Cross Apartments

12 Patchen Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221
T: (718) 443-2846
 
Program Summary: Rugged Cross Apartments in Bedford-Stuyvesant provides supportive housing for 27 formerly homeless individuals with special needs and affordable housing for 23 low-income families. CAMBA offers on-site support services.
 
Rugged Cross Apartments offers:

  • 24/7 front desk attendant/security services 
  • Built-in homework areas in the 2-bedroom units 
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings 
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances 
  • Landscaped garden and children’s play area 
  • Large community room 
  • Off-street parking and tenant storage rooms​

Eligibility: Supportive units: formerly homeless adults with special needs. All referrals from DHS
Clients Served Annually: 27
Referrals Accepted: No
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development and Rugged Cross Baptist Church. Support services are funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and NYC Department of Homeless Services. 
 

Vincent Cyrus Plaza (73) 

73 East 128th Street, New York, NY 10035
T: (212) 996-5700 x 23501
 
Program Summary: Vincent Cyrus Plaza 73 provides supportive housing for 60 formerly homeless individuals, 40 non-community, 20 community tenants. Vincent Cyrus Plaza 73 is a facility that services a population of SPMI/MICA tenants. CAMBA offers on-site support services.
 
Vincent Cyrus Plaza (73) offers:
  • 24/7 front desk attendant/security services 
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, financial management and holiday and social gatherings and recreation 
  • Community room 
  • Energy-efficient fixtures and appliances 
  • Large backyard area 
  • Studio apartments; bright apartments with high ceilings, full kitchens and bathrooms

Eligibility: Supportive Units: formerly homeless individuals that are SPMI/MICA. All referrals from DHS or Prestige Management.
Clients Served Annually: 60
Referrals Accepted: No

The building was developed by Addicts Rehabilitation Center. Support services are funded by the NYC Department of Homeless Services. ​

Webster Avenue Apartments 

1245 Webster Avenue, Bronx, NY 10456
T: (718) 408-5763
 
Program Summary: : Webster Avenue Apartments provides supportive housing for 25 formerly homeless individuals and/ or households with incomes up to 60 percent of the Area Median Income. CAMBA offers on-site support services. 
 
Webster Avenue Apartments offers: 
  • Case management 
  • Entitlement advocacy 
  • Group counseling 
  • Holiday and social gatherings 
  • Home visits 
  • Independent Living Skills workshops

Eligibility: Homeless families with HPD eligibility or 50-60% of the Area Median Income
Clients Served Annually: 25
Referrals Accepted: Yes 

The building was developed by Dunn Development and Beulah HDFC. Support services are funded by Dunn Development.


Westwind Houses 

45 E 131st Street, New York, NY 10037
T: (718) 282-6472
 
Program Summary: WWestwind Houses in East Harlem provides supportive housing for 10 chronically homeless adults and affordable housing for 36 families with incomes up to 60 percent of Area Median Income. CAMBA offers on-site support services. 
 
Westwind Houses offers:
  • ​24/7 front desk attendant/security services 
  • Case management and programming, such as medical and mental health care coordination, home visits, group counseling and workshops, yoga, financial management and holiday and social gatherings 
  • Children’s play area 
  • Energy-efficiency fixtures and appliances 
  • Sheltered bike parking 
  • Landscaped rear yard garden and patio 
  • Large community room 
  • Tenant storage rooms
Eligibility: Chronically homeless single adults with a mental health or substance abuse disorder or MICA (Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted).​
Clients Served Annually: 10
Referrals Accepted: No  
 
The building was developed by Dunn Development. Support services are funded by the NYS Office of Mental Health.