ACCA partners with Rebuilding Together to provide home repair assistance to hundreds of low-income homeowners and group home providers who serve primarily seniors and persons with disabilities.
ACCA is a church-related voluntary organization providing rental assistance, day care, food, furniture, and other services to low-income families in the Annandale/Bailey’s Crossroads area.
All ACCA services, except the Child Development Center, are provided by volunteers at no cost to those who need them. To request assistance, contact the Fairfax County Coordinated Services Planning office at 703-222-0880.
Donate much-needed food and hygiene items to the ACCA Food pantry. Families in need of food should call 703-222-0880.
Volunteers collect, store, and deliver donated furniture and other household items, free of charge, to needy families in the Annandale, Bailey’s Crossroads, and Culmore areas.
In honor and memory of ACCA founders Emily and Fred Ruffing, ACCA awards a scholarship each July to graduating high school seniors who have overcome disabilities.
ACCA provides emergency financial aid to area individuals and families to help with medical expenses, rent, utilities, and other needs. To request emergency assistance, contact the Fairfax County Coordinated Services Planning office at 703-222-0880.
The Shepherd’s Center of Annandale Springfield/ACCA Transportation Program, offers rides to medical appointments to clients aged 50 and older using volunteer drivers.
The ACCA Child Development Center (CDC), located at 7200 Columbia Pike in Annandale, VA, is a full day comprehensive child development program. The program provides affordable, high-quality early education and care for children ages 3 months to 5 years.