Mission: ACMI House was established August 1, 1980 as a result of interest and efforts of the Altus Air Force Base, local churches, civic organizations, a number of concerned individuals, and a local association of church people known as "Associated Christian Ministries, Inc." (ACMI). The program not only provides shelter, but also educates clients and families on prevention of sexual assault and available alternatives to domestic violence. This includes offering services (i.e., counseling, guidance, referral) to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault as well as perpetrators of domestic violence.
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They are great. I was there in 2001 the best move my daughter could've made. They helped in ways I didn't even know was needed. They helped us to get back on our feet and even helped with transitional housing when it was time to leave the shelter. I was able to get into school with their help. They pointed me in the direction that I needed that made that possible. When in transitional housing that they provided they would come out to check on us. Seeing if we needed any other help. They were AWESOME and the best friends I could have had when I needed them most.