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?
Looking for assistance with translation, Calfresh application sign up, or other social service? Drop by our office at 66 Raymond Avenue!
Please check out details on how to get rid of your bulky items once a month for FREE under "G3".
1/21/20 UPDATE: February 22 D9 site has been changed from the inside of John O’ Connell High School to the SIDE of John O’ Connell on TREAT STREET & MISTRAL AVENUE.
1/18/20 UPDATE: Please make note that for the months of April and May, the MAIN SITE is "To Be Determined" due to scheduling conflicts with other events that day. We will update the schedule for those months as soon as possible. Thank you.
APACC is still accepting applications for the After School Program!
Children from low income families and Sunnydale housing families can attend for FREE!!!