Creating Homes to Rebuild Lives

A-HOME’s Official Office Open House

Please join us on Thursday, October 20th

between 3:00pm and 7:00pm

On February 25th 2020, right before the world turned upside down, A-HOME moved into our new office in Mt Kisco. We have only had a handful visitors these past few years and would like to invite you to come see our new office and meet new staff members.

We hope you can join us for some light refreshments and a tour.

Bring a friend!

RSVP Not Required.

86 Smith Avenue, Mount Kisco, NY  10549

Many thanks to the Field Hall Foundation for their generous support of the Safety and Security for Shared Housing Program. In our older adult shared housing properties we are installing automatic stove/oven turnoffs and keyless locks for the front door and bedroom door locks. 

The stove top devices help protect all residents from the dangers of untended stove burners or ovens. Keyless locks eliminate the issue of lost or misplaced keys.


Strengthen northern Westchester neighborhoods by providing people safe and affordable places to live – the foundation of a stable life.


Serving low income older adults, adults with disabilities and single parent families, who because of age, disability or family status, cannot afford market rate rents.


A leader in developing, owning and managing supportive affordable permanent housing, with case management services, in northern Westchester.

In northern Westchester A-HOME owns and manages affordable supportive housing.
We provide individuals with safe, secure homes with case management.

Property Management – Safety is our #1 Priority



& Maintenance

A-HOME manages affordable housing properties located in Pleasantville, Katonah, Thornwood, Chappaqua, Bedford Hills, Pound Ridge, Croton Falls, South Salem and Mt. Kisco, in Westchester County, NY. A-HOME staff is on-site at each location on a daily basis ensuring the highest quality of service.




  • Manage vacancies and tenant screening
  • Income qualify and recertification
  • Collect references for potential residents
  • Collect rent
  • Monitor and enforce terms of lease agreements