Housing

Our Residents

The adult men and women served by AAH vary greatly in intellect, skill and educational level as well as age and experience. They come from a variety of backgrounds as well as various family interactions. Their situations are unique. Each man and each woman has entered the mental health system at different times in their lives. However, each person has the ability and strength inside to become an independent, strong and contributing member of society; complete with friends and social interactions, employment, and a place to live they can call their own. By addressing each person as a distinctive individual, AAH can address their specific needs and circumstances and encourage their unique interests and talents in a manner that promotes their recovery.

Everybody deserves a place that they can call home.
We provide permanent supportive housing for people who are homeless and mentally ill.
We own and operate five licensed homes which house 20 men and women.
We also supervise three residents who are living in scattered site apartments.
We help with activities of daily living; basic financial literacy (budgeting, savings, and credit); cleaning and cooking; securing entitlements and benefits; coordination of healthcare and mental health services; social skills development; and transportation.
Our supportive services are designed to assist residents in reaching such goals as heightened independence, empowerment and personal achievement.