ALLIANCE OF CONCERNED MEN

1424-16th St. NW, Ste. 103
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 535-1061 Fax (202) 535-1059
Contact Person: Tyrone Parker
Hours of Operation: 9:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Population Served: At-risk youth and families
Area Served: Washington, DC
Volunteers Needed for:
Tutoring | Proposal Writing | Mentoring
Life Skills Presentations | Clerical Support
No. needed: Indefinite
Services Offered:
Self-esteem Development
Communication Skills
Conflict Resolution
Peer Tutoring & Counseling
Job Training Skills
Cultural/Recreational
Life Skills Training
Workshops & Seminars
Alcohol /Drug Prevention & Treatment
HIV/AIDS & STD Awareness
Gang Intervention & Mediation
The Alliance of Concerned Men is a 501©(3) non-profit organization which promotes independence and personal survival skills for youth who come from dysfunctional homes and are in desperate need of learning how to bridge the gap between survival on the streets and existing on marginal lifestyles. ACM’s program is unique in that it is the only one in the country that deals directly with the missing, yet common and essential element in an “at-risk” and /or “in-crisis” youth’s life- the incarcerated parent. We provide guidance interventions to building positive life skills through its one-on-one counseling, programs, group sessions, and community outreach.
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