ACM Photo Gallery

Tyrone Parker w kids from the community

ACM believes that the socialization of at risk-youth largely accounts for deviation from sound principles and humane values.  Therefore, ACM offers a comprehensive approach and addresses the social, educational and training needs of youth which can bring about changes in attitudes, values, and behaviors essential to leading humane and productive 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. 

Established in 1991, The Alliance of Concerned men (ACM) is a Washington, D.C.  501 ( C ) (3) Non-Profit Community-Based Organization (CBO).  In 1991, Tyrone Parker established the ACM  with his former high school friends.  The original founders included Tyrone, James Alsobrooks, Rahim Jenkins, Eric Johnson, Joe Nelson and Arthur “Rico” Rush.  Their work was supported by the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, led by Robert L. Woodson, and other CBO’s . Since then, they have been putting their experiences, training and street smarts to use, counseling children, teenagers, and adults in Washington, DC and in area juvenile and adult correctional institutions.

ACM member w community member

ACM Photo Gallery

Tyrone Parker w kids from the community

Established in 1991, The Alliance of Concerned men (ACM) is a Washington, D.C.  501 ( C ) (3) Non-Profit Community-Based Organization (CBO).  In 1991, Tyrone Parker established the ACM  with his former high school friends.  The original founders included Tyrone, James Alsobrooks, Rahim Jenkins, Eric Johnson, Joe Nelson and Arthur “Rico” Rush.  Their work was supported by the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, led by Robert L. Woodson, and other CBO’s. Since then, they have been putting their experiences, training and street smarts to use, counseling children, teenagers, and adults in Washington, DC and in area juvenile and adult correctional institutions.

ACM believes that the socialization of at risk-youth largely accounts for deviation from sound principles and humane values.  Therefore, ACM offers a comprehensive approach and addresses the social, educational and training needs of youth which can bring about changes in attitudes, values, and behaviors essential to leading humane and productive 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. 

Tyrone Parker w kids from the community
ACM member w community member