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.

The daycare center is now the ACCA Child Development Center, which provides developmental childcare and early education for almost 200 infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. For about 10 years, the CDC was housed in the facilities of ACCA churches. In 1977, after the closing Annandale Elementary School, the County leased part of the building to ACCA, and built an Infant/Toddler Center and a Pantry on the site.

The ACCA Pantry collects from churches, schools, community groups and local businesses and delivers food and other necessities on an emergency basis to area households. ACCA’s Emergency Assistance program handles financial emergencies such as payment for rent, utilities, prescription drugs, and minor car repairs for low-income families who have few resources to fall back on in a crisis. These ministries provide a safety net while the families recover stability. Furniture ministry volunteers collect and distribute gently used furniture to needy recipients, while volunteers from the Transportation ministry provide rides to medical appointments.

The Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver meals every weekday to elderly residents who cannot fend for themselves.