CAMBA HIV Prevention Project

The Young Men’s Health Project (YMHP) is a project of CAMBA, that serves young men who have sex with men (YMSM) ages 13-29, including those who identify as transgender or gender nonconforming.

Our focus is on communities of color in Brooklyn. YMHP seeks to reach young community members through outreach events and social media.

YMHP is a sex-positive program within a safe environment. We are dedicated to helping people reduce their HIV/STD risk and connecting them to other services. YMHP offers:

  • health education and risk reduction counseling
  • linkage to HIV, STD, and HCV testing and screening
  • a PrEP support program
  • linkage to medical care and supportive services, such as housing, job development, and legal services
  • free condoms and lube
  • single- and multi-session groups, including:
      A single-session video-based group designed to increase condom use among MSM
    • Many Men Many Voices (3MV)
      A 7-session, group-level HIV and STD prevention intervention for black gay men
    • Healthy Relationships
      A 5-session, small-group intervention for people living with HIV/AIDS

If you are a YMSM in Brooklyn, please contact CAMBA’s YMHP office at the Brooklyn Community Pride Center: (347) 889-7719 or email.

CAMBA at Brooklyn Community Pride Center

CAMBA Young Men’s HIV and Hep C Testing Every Wednesday, 12 Noon to 5 PM

CAMBA’s Young Men’s Health Project in collaboration with Bridging Access to Care will be providing HIV and HCV (Hep. C) testing.

This is a free and confidential service for men sleeping with men. Each participant will receive a MetroCard, as well as a gift card.

Both CAMBA and Bridging Access to Care will be offering case management services as well. You can receive assistance is areas such as housing, linkage to care, linkage to benefits, employment services, legal services, linkage to PrEP/PEP, testing, and much, much more.

For more information, please email David Cruz.