To put it simply, we care about what we do and the livelihoods of our neighbors. Our organization is representative of the community we serve. We learn about the issues at hand, make informed decisions and take realistic approaches to live up to our mission.
The APM difference is clear.
From affordable housing, food security and employment assistance, to early child education, foster care and adoption, substance abuse treatment and behavioral health for adults, the services we provide are just as multifaceted as the challenges our community faces. (Numbers as of March 2021)
units of attractive, safe and affordable rental housing
formerly homeless families provided with Permanent Supportive Housing
of these families achieving housing stability
completion rate for CDA workforce development program participants
of students leaving Pre-K at or above grade level in Math & Literacy
families served by our Community Umbrella Agency
children in formal placement settings
million leveraged in development financing
During COVID-19 and in other times of crisis, our work is essential.
We change and grow with the community. We know how to show up and step up for our community when confronted with adversity. COVID-19, financial hardships, heightened gentrification and racial injustice have tested our residents in unprecedented ways, but we continue to expand and advocate around systemic issues that services alone cannot resolve. (Numbers as of March 2021)
face masks distributed to the community
tablet computers given to students for virtual learning
In toys given to APM children in time for the holidays
bags of Goya Foods for families