Who We Serve

AHI’s goal is to empower veterans to find employment and stable, permanent housing in order to improve their quality of life.

AHI was the first program of its kind in the greater DC area. AHI began providing services to homeless veterans in 1985.

AHI opened the SE Veterans Service Center in 1999 and the Chesapeake Veterans House in 2008.

AHI hosts the only Veterans Administration-run medical clinic on-site at AHI for use by its residents and for veterans from across the community.

Unlike many programs serving homeless veterans, each resident has their own room with their own key. Other programs house veterans with others where they share a bunk bed. AHI’s veterans tout having their own room and key as one of the best facets of the program. It goes a long way toward feeling independent and self-sufficient.

AHI’s goal is to empower veterans to find employment and stable, permanent housing in order to improve their quality of life.

To date, thousands of veterans have successfully returned to civilian life after going through AHI’s program!

If you, or someone you know, are a veteran in need of assistance, please contact us here.

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