News and Events

January 17, 2018

The administrative offices and supportive services at ACAC will be closed today. Our wish is for our staff, volunteers, and non-emergency clients to remain safe where they are if possible. Our...

December 20, 2017

Our offices and programs will be cloased on Monday and Tuesday, Decemeber 25th and 26th in observance of Christmas. We will resume normal operations on Wednesday, December 27th.

November 21, 2017

We are so blessed and grateful this year! Thanks to the support of our community and community partners, our volunteer shifts for the community meal on Thursday, November 23rd at 11:30am are FULL...

November 15, 2017

The Administrative Offices, Food Pantry, and Joe's Diner (our Community Kitchen) will be CLOSED on the following days. We WILL be hosting a community Thanksgiving meal on Thanksgiving day at 11:...

Current Needs

  • Men's and women's full-size deodorant, any brand

  • Bandages, rubbing alcohol, and peroxide

  • Gift cards of $10-$50 from Target, Walmart, Walgreens, or CVS and gasoline cards for our residents to make their own personal purchases for themselves or their children; LINK Transit passes also critically needed

Hours

Coordinated Assessment

(Emergency Crisis Housing)

  • 336-229-0881 Ext. 104
  • M-F, 8am - 4pm

Shelter

  • 24 hr x 7 days a week
    Shelter Intakes require Alamance County Coordinated Assessment Referral EXCEPT under inclement weather protocol
  • Curfew: 8pm

Pantry

  • Food Distribution: M,F / 3:30pm-5pm, T / 6pm -7pm

Kitchen

  • Perishable Food Collection: M-F / 8am-11am

Joe's Diner Meal Service (M-F)

  • Lunch: 11:30am - 12:30pm
  • Dinner: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

ACAC Empowerment Center (ARDC)

  • M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30pm (closed for lunch meal service)
  • Closed the third Friday of the month

Street Outreach Coordinator

  • can be reached at: 682-936-0058
    For those individuals that can't or won't come to the shelter, our services remain accessible
     

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Jeffrey is a grandfather and assumed he was finished raising children. But when his son was put in jail, he took in his three granddaughters to raise them. The strain was too much for his wife, who left him. The strain on Jeffrey has been equally hard, especially since he is not in good health. He has numerous illnesses, including asthma, emphysema, COPD (Chronic Obstruction Pulmonary Disease...

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Pat

Pat is in her 50s. She has been working since she was 15, often two or three jobs at a time. She worked hard to be able to afford to give her two daughters opportunities like Girl Scouts. But then she fell while working and can no longer stand for long periods of time. She has struggled to find a job that matches her skills and accommodate the pain in her back and legs.

By her own...

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Every Tuesday and Thursday, Chris goes to the food pantry at Allied Churches to volunteer. “I like going up there, because I like helping people,” he explains. “Because I was in that situation before.” With the help of doctors, caseworkers, and a steady routine, Chris’s life is stable. But it wasn’t always that way.

When he was eight years old, his parents divorced, and he began...

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  • Jeffrey is a grandfather and assumed he was finished raising children. But when his son was put in jail, he took in his three granddaughters to raise them. The strain was too much for his wife, who left him. The strain on Jeffrey has been equally hard, especially since he is not in good health. He has numerous illnesses, including asthma, emphysema, COPD (Chronic Obstruction Pulmonary Disease...

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  • Pat

    Pat is in her 50s. She has been working since she was 15, often two or three jobs at a time. She worked hard to be able to afford to give her two daughters opportunities like Girl Scouts. But then she fell while working and can no longer stand for long periods of time. She has struggled to find a job that matches her skills and accommodate the pain in her back and legs.

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday, Chris goes to the food pantry at Allied Churches to volunteer. “I like going up there, because I like helping people,” he explains. “Because I was in that situation before.” With the help of doctors, caseworkers, and a steady routine, Chris’s life is stable. But it wasn’t always that way.