ACM - A Philosophy That Saves Lives
The Alliance’s philosophy promotes understanding, peace, and harmony, which will benefit society as a whole by impacting crime, preventing the mistreatment of inmates, decreasing recidivism and promoting better understanding of justice in our society.
- Gang Prevention/Intervention/ Mediation
- Location and Return of Absconded Youth
- Substance Abuse and Prevention
- Job Readiness
- Family Strengthening
- Fatherhood Initiative
- Cultural Enrichment
- Educational Programs (STEM)
- College Preparation
- Life Skills Training
- After School Program
- Re-Entry Programs
- Leadership Coaching
- Mental Health Services
ACM’s philosophy stresses the following:
- The use of nonviolent means to resolve conflicts
- Respect for the property of others
- The sanctity of life
ACM - Recognized For Action
For numerous years, the Alliance of Concerned Men has been on the receiving end of numerous recognitions and awards, including awards from the United States Attorney General’s Office.
Mr. Parker (far right), smiles for the camera with the two first African American Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder (far left) and Loretta Lynch (center).
Clayton A. Rosenburg, ACM Chief of Staff at panel meeting.
Tyrone Parker, Executive Director of the Alliance of Concerned Men, presently serves on the Board of Directors as a Commissioner to Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton’s DC Commission on Black Men and Boys Initiative. (Eleanor Holmes Norton pictured above)