Keeping our Community Strong!
Alliance Against Homelessness is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
We rely on the support and input of our community. AAH has many opportunities in which you can make a difference. You can volunteer as a board member or help out in the office or in one of our homes. You can file paperwork, plant roses or help us paint a room. You can donate items that are needed or give a check in honor of someone you love. You can attend one of our events or donate a gift to be auctioned off at an event. Become our partner and join our efforts to make a real difference – Today!
We provide comfortable, affordable housing and supportive services to end homelessness for individuals with a disability. Our services are provided by professional staff as well as people who share the experiences of those we serve; and are delivered in a caring, respectful and efficient manner that addresses the whole person; body, mind and spirit.
David Moore – David joined the agency in 2008 as the Housing Director. His background of experience includes direct care of people with severe head injuries (TBIs), individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness and people with developmental disabilities. In 2011 he was promoted to Executive Director, determined to increase the impact of AAH’s mission to provide more support for homeless people living with a serious mental illness. AAH has increased their client population more than three fold since David has been leading the organization. David believes that the “proper foundation and support from compassionate staff will provide most people with the tools they need to restart their lives; reaching new levels of independence and personal goals."
Jacqueline Henry – Jacqueline joined AAH in 2016 as a Case Manager working with people off-site in scattered apartments throughout Bergen County, New Jersey. Previously, Jacqueline worked with Straight and Narrow. Her experience working with men and women dealing with addictions as well as mental illness make her a perfect match for the people AAH serves. When a vacancy opened up four months later for the Housing Director position, she was a natural fit. Her level, objective clinical approach to client support and her caring, kind demeanor make her an excellent supervisor as well as a compassionate advocate for the organization’s clients. “Being able to bring stability and a sense of normalcy to our clients motivates me every day."