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Enhancing and empowering African American men

African-American Men Project

Bring us your dreams and We'll Help you achieve them

African American men face serious health and lifestyle issues — ranging from early fatherhood and violence to HIV. The African American Men Project (AAMP) helps African American men become healthy and successful wage earners, fathers and community leaders. AAMP provides coaching and support and also assists men with medical needs.  AAMP encourages men to see health as a priority for meeting life goals. We can help you get same day appointments for medical care, behavioral health, dental care and human services.

What We Do:

Life Coaching

AAMP 's Advocates work with African American men to understand employment and health care options-including chemical dependency assessment and treatment. They also provide individualized coaching and referrals in areas such as becoming a better father, improving literacy, managing money, building relationships and more.

Call 612-767-9500 to make an appointment or Check in at the front desk in the NorthPoint Human Services building, 1315 Penn Ave. Directions

Re-entry Program

AAMP provides classes addressing the personal development needs of ex-offenders re-entering society.

Every Wednesdays, 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Conf. Room A NorthPoint Clinic

Black Men Reading

A weekly book club connects men with literature and builds multi-generational bridges in the community. Women are also welcome.

NorthPoint Clinic, Lower Level, 1313 Penn Ave. Directions







(612) 767-3120

1315 Penn Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55411

Who Do We Serve?

AAMP works with African American men, 18 and older who are residents of Hennepin County.

We accept walk-ins as well as referrals from other Hennepin County departments and community organizations.

Get connected.

Let AAMP help guide you through governmental, health, judicial, housing and educational systems. Bring us your dreams and goals, and we will help you achieve them.

Saturday, May 23, 2015