340 Willis Avenue, Mott Haven Station
Bronx, NY 10454
Abraham House offers the incarcerated and their relatives a place of hope and community, where lives can be rebuilt, families mended, lessons learned, and men, women and children deeply marked by crime receive the spiritual, social and practical tools to become productive citizens. Abraham House accomplishes its mission through three core programs:
The Alternative to Incarceration program is the core component in Abraham House’s mission to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and crime. The ATI Program works with mostly non-violent criminal offenders. The program has both a residential and non-residential component.
The After School Program offers a safe haven, academic support, counseling, and a youth development curriculum to help children move ahead to the next academic grade, graduate from high school, and stay free of juvenile delinquency and criminal activity.
The Family and Pastoral Center serves as a place of community and strength, where families affected by incarceration and other social factors, can find hope, solace, friendship, and various support.
Type of support: General Operating
Grant amount: $35,000
Funding since: 2003