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Our Impact

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Allies is Caring provides culturally responsive and linguistically appropriate inclusive mental health services for diverse populations in South Jersey. We also work to build strong communities and create an all-inclusive culture where everyone can recognize their power and purpose.

Allies In Caring offers a continuum of behavioral health services, which include: In-home treatment — for families experiencing a crisis, respite services, and outpatient services for individuals diagnosed with a behavioral health disorder. 


children and their families received intensive community services weekly


individuals benefited weekly from our family interventions


hours of behavioral services are provided per week by our team.

How We Build Strong Communities?

Allies in Caring builds strong communities by fostering inclusivity through events like the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, offering access to a summer camp for underprivileged kids, and numerous other programs.


We empower unity, bridging divides, and creating vibrant, supportive environments for all.

Summer Camp 2023

Kickoff of Hispanic Heritage Month 

Featured Programs

At our Wellness Hub, Con-Vivir, we offer Skill-building programs that enhance the ability of immigrants and individuals with disabilities to withstand challenges, and Prevention — interventions for children and parents exposed to traumatic experiences and other risks associated with the onset of behavioral health disorders. During the last year we have offered many programs and events impacting hundreds across South Jersey:

Mental Health Support

  • Affordable walk-in and virtual counseling. 

  • Community Networking Groups 

  • Community Health Workers connected people to healthcare professionals and social services.

  • Community Picnic.

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Events that promote diversity and inclusion

  • Monthly "Third Thursday" events in collaboration with Downtown Hammonton.

  • College scholarships for high school students in collaboration with the Hammonton Health Coalition.

  • Free food distribution.

  • In collaboration with I Support the Girls, we distribute free feminine hygiene products.
  • Hispanic Heritage Month celebration in collaboration with the Hammonton Health Coalition.

  • Deaf Awareness events and connecting celebrations with our co-initiated Deaf and Hard of Hearing Coalition of South Jersey

  • LGBTQ+ Book Media Club


Interactive Workshops for Kids & Youth

  • School Days Off Program

  • Youth Career Exploration Workshops

  • Easter Eggstravaganza

  • FAFSA Workshop

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Skill-building programs

  • Computer and Internet Classes.

  • English as a Second Language Classes.

  • Immigration Consultations in partnership with Justice for Our Neighbors of the Delaware Valley​.

  • Latino Leaders Networking event.

  • American Sign language Classes.

  • Job Seeking Assistance

  • Migrant workers' rights workshops in collaboration with CATA-Farmworkers.

  • Flamenco Classes

  • We partnered with Eagle Theatre for a free public performance, "It's Our Story."

  • We partnered with Cross County Connection to educate about the 54/40 free shuttle.

  • What to do after getting your Driver's License Workshop

Community Coalitions

We work to build strong communities and create an all-inclusive culture where everyone can recognize their power and purpose. AIC has co-initiated two cross-sector coalitions: The Hammonton Health Coalition and the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Coalition of South Jersey. A Community Coalition establishes and builds relationships within a community where better ideas and outcomes can be achieved together.

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Its mission is to help residents improve their mental and physical health by implementing creative programs that recognize and take advantage of Hammonton’s unique social, economic, and natural resources.

Connectors are the heart of the Hammonton Health Coalition as they are the bridge to connect the underrepresented communities, share their stories, and close the gap.


Too many members of our deaf and hard-of-hearing community struggle to connect with others and get the information they need about opportunities and services vital to their quality of life.

We co-initiated the South Jersey Deaf & Hard of Hearing Coalition to promote inclusive practices that support the health and well-being of individuals with disabilities in the communities where they live.

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