All clients are required to complete the intake application before entering any of the programs.
Below are the programs that we have available along with a description of each.
AUMI manages an extraordinary human services outreach component through a network of grants, partnerships, and collaborations.
A transitional housing facility for women in recovery, Ruth’s Place provides housing, and meals; as well as A focus on coming into a personal relationship with themselves while participating in support groups, life skills training, community service through the AUMI Food Bank, financial literacy and other spiritual enrichment opportunities. After residency, they are prepared to re-enter the work force, reconnect with their families and begin a productive lifestyle free from substance abuse based on the skills sets provided during their tenure within the program.
A 10-bed Christian substance abuse recovery home, Luke’s Place provides housing, meals, support groups, spiritual enrichment opportunities, and other supportive services for men in need of recovery. These life skill experiences, coupled with work therapy, prepare participants for re-entry into the work place, reconnect with their families, and help to begin a productive lifestyle free from substance abuse based on the skills sets provided during their time within the program.
A youth-at-risk program that provides life-skills training for youth ages 7-17 years of age. Malachi specifically serves young men within the 5th Ward area. This area includes English Avenue, Joseph E. Boone Boulevard, and Hollowell Parkway. The program offers a rewarding path to effective and manageable service to children at risk.
A program that provides housing and supportive services for persons living with HIV and/or AIDS, Matthew’s Place participants enjoy comfortable living in a single room occupancy environment and have the benefit of supportive services offered by AUMI. Through a strong partnership and funding from the City of Atlanta, Matthew’s Place continues to transform the lives of disenfranchised people.
SOS (Serving Our Seniors)
A ministry that seeks to connect seniors, between the ages of 55 and older, to vital community services that can help them maintain their independence in a healthy home environment. SOS documents each home visit through individual charting, as well as tracking scheduled appointments and other services. The ministry conducts the following:
- visits to seniors who are recuperating at home, but unable to independently take care of their daily needs
- meet with family members (where applicable) to provide an explanation of services offered to family members and create a relationship with to show trustworthiness
- assist with transportation to doctor’s appointment if they are mobile
- assist with prescription pick up and other personal items needed
- assist in making sure each client has food to prepare light meals in the home
- assist with personal hygiene
AUMI Food Bank
A program where individuals within the Atlanta Metropolitan Area are provided food on weekly basis. Currently we provide food for more than 350 families per week, 100 seniors on a monthly basis and distribute 10,000 lbs of produce on a weekly basis for person over 55. In addition to provide for to those in need within our community AUMI provides food for more than 35 students attending Atlanta Metropolitan State College on a bi-weekly basis. We continue to provide basic essentials such as clothing and other household goods to member of the community on a weekly basis as well.