Violence Out Brownsville

CAMBA, Inc. is a non-profit agency founded in 1977 for the purpose of “connect[ing] people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life.”  It manages over 150 integrated services and programs, including education and youth development initiatives.

Violence Out Brownsvile is a newly formed Cure Violence affiliate in New York City. The program is scheduled to be operational in 2015. As a newly inaugurated site, however, the program is still in the process of developing a repertoire of community services, events and programs.


Community engagement is a key part of the Cure Violence Model and Violence Out is committed to incorporating neighborhood outreach into its activities. A range of services will be offered through the larger organization, such as economic assistance, educational supports and access to youth development programs, assistance for HIV/AIDS patients, and legal services.

Program Particulars

Host Organization: CAMBA, Inc.
Program: Violence Out Brownsville
Established: 2014
Contact: Anthony Newerls
Implementation: Start-up / Partial
Staff: Supervisors (1); Outreach Workers (0); Violence Interrupters (2); Hospital Responders (0)
NYPD Precinct(s): 73rd
City Council Member District(s): Darlene Mealy (41)
Adult residents living in poverty: 42%
Residents 15-34 years of age: 33%
NYCHA Communities: Glenmore Plaza, Howard, Mayor Seth Low Houses, and Langston Hughes Apartments
Wrap-Around Service Partners: Brownsville Community Justice Center, Berean Community Family and Life Center, New York Peace Institute