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Question : What is ACC ?

ACC is the largest non-profit human service organization serving the Middle-Eastern population in the United States. With 39 outreach offices throughout the State of Michigan and over 80,000 clients served every year.

Question : Does ACC offer Scholarships ?

ACC has a Scholarship Program that offers assistance to graduating high school seniors as they prepare to attend college.

Question : When was ACC established ?


Question : Does ACC have youth programs ?

Yes, ACC’s Youth Recreation and Leadership Center is located at 62 W. Seven Mile Road in Detroit. The youth center offers a variety of after-school and summer educational and recreational activities.

Question : Is ACC part of the Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS) ?

ACC is the only health and human agency housed in the Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS) offices. ACC staff are located in 13 DHS offices throughout the tri-county area.

Did You Know?

We are the largest community-based human and social services organization assisting the middle eastern communities in the U.S., services specifically tailored for out target population.

ACC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established in 1979 in Detroit, Michigan.

Programs deliver educational, employment and training, behavioral health, youth recreation and self-enrichment services, cultural activities, immigration and health services.

In 2010, over 540,000 services were provided to 84,838 unduplicated clients.

We have 40 Outreach office in the tri-county area; Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb.

ACC provides services to the multi–ethnic community of Metropolitan Detroit. ACC is an equal opportunity program provider; programs are available to all those in need.

Our behavioral health program has been accredited by The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since 1992. ACC was the first Arab American organization to receive this accreditation.

We collaborate and hold strong positive relationships with federal, state, local, and private agencies.

Our staff members are bilingual and trilingual, state licensed professionals in various fields of human and social services.

We have a health clinic that provides primary care services to the uninsured and underinsured in the surrounding communities.

We are a proud Michigan Works! affiliate.

The mission of ACC is to maximize the skills, resources and expertise of clients and support the overall wellbeing of the community.

We provide comprehensive services to refugees from war torn counties in the world.

We provide translation and interpretation services to various federal, state and local government agencies.

ACC’s Cultural Tapestry Program offers an array of training workshops to law enforcement, health agencies, educational groups, and community organizations. 

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