The African American Planning Commission (AAPCI) Inc., is a New York City-based 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization committed to addressing homelessness and the related issues of domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, housing shortage, and unemployment within the communities in which we live and serve.
multi-service housing, social service, community and economic
The African American Planning Commission's strategy is to develop both transitional and affordable permanent
housing that integrates comprehensive social support and
services within a supportive community to ensure that individuals
and families remain stable, are safely housed, stay independent
and maintain their status.
The African American Planning Commission develops partnerships and linkages with local community-based
agencies and nationally recognized nonprofit organizations. The African American Planning Commission utilizes government programs, grants, bequests, private funds,
contributions from private sector funders and donations from the
general public to accomplish its mission.
The African American Planning Commission's programs strive to break the cycle of domestic violence, HIV/AIDS
transmission, homelessness, poverty and economic dependency by
addressing root causes in a way that respects and keeps intact,
the dignity of those served.
The African American Planning Commission's programs target the most needy: survivors of domestic abuse, persons
and families living with HIV/AIDS, the general homeless population,
the elderly, job seekers, disadvantaged children, the poor and
Subscribe to our What's New Mailing List, and stay updated with the programs, projects and services offered by the African American Planning Commission.