Atlantic Homeless Alliance

Atlantic Homeless Alliance (AHA) has been developed to assist individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in Atlantic County. AHA staff develops a personalized support plan with the primary goal of addressing concerns and challenges relating to homelessness. Program staff has extensive knowledge of community resources and will refer and advocate for individuals to obtain services designed to help them.

Program Services*:

  • Develop Short & Long Term Plans and Goals
  • Individualized Assessment
    • Mental health
    • Substance use
  • Service Coordination & Referrals
    • Benefits
    • Case management
    • Food and clothing
    • Housing
    • Mental health treatment
    • Primary care service
    • Reconnecting to family and friends
    • Sandy displacement
    • Substance use treatment
    • Supportive employment
    • VA support
  • Help obtain necessary identification
  • Travelers assistance

*All services based on eligibility

Staff are available:

Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 2:00 pm
Atlantic County Office Building
1333 Atlantic Avenue, 1st Floor
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
(Walk-ins Welcome)
609-343-2277
aha@jfsatlantic.org

After-hours, holidays or weekends, call 609-345-5517 or visit the Atlantic City Rescue Mission.


Bring the following materials, if available:
  • Identification
  • Referral
  • Eviction Notice

AHA is a service of Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties.

Collaborative Partners
Atlantic City Rescue Mission
Pleasantville Housing Authority
John Brooks Recovery Center

Hosted and supported by: Atlantic County Government

Atlantic Homeless Alliance is funded primarily through Federal Social Service Block Grant funds in coordination with the New Jersey Department of Human Services and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.