APACC’s mission is to help strengthen Asian Pacific American families living in Visitation Valley by providing linguistically and culturally appropriate programs and services. Our clients are mostly low and moderate income immigrant families with limited or no English proficiency. The goal of our programs are to ensure that our clients receive support in the form of education, resources and referrals needed to adapt and become self-sufficient. Our ultimate goal is for families to thrive and our community to be confident, healthy, strong and safe.
What's going on at APACC now?
Programs Available During Coronavirus
Social Services have moved to be through phone calls and texts! If you need assistance with signing up for public benefits, please call or text our office phone: 415-587-2689
APACC now serves a limited food distribution every day with partnership from District 10 Shamann Walton's office! If you are interested in receiving a daily meal (good for a family of 4), please call our office phone or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming New Services
School Care Program (formerly After School Program) - Still in planning process and start date TBD. We are working on creating an all-day program during the school year while the youth are required to do Distance Learning. The idea is to open all-day for youth to do their online classes using our laptops, do their homework/receive tutoring, and extracurricular activities. We intend to offer lunch and snacks (possibly breakfast depending on the need). Tentative hours are 8am-5pm with a fee dependent on income level with proof. We will place priority with youth of families with emergency/essential workers and youth who struggled last Spring to attend their with Distance Learning. If you are interested in enrolling your child(ren), please email Kirstie Dutton at email@example.com or call our office phone!
We will update when we have firmer details such as a start date!