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ACCA held its annual meeting Monday afternoon where staff and board members were recognized and thanked for their efforts in making 2020-2021 a successful year for ACCA. This year’s theme, We Delivered, shows just how much our incredible staff, volunteers and partners did in the past year. At the meeting, […]
It’s National Volunteer Week and we are celebrating here at ACCA! Did you know that since March 2020, we have enrolled 318 new volunteers?! That is incredible! Together, we have delivered basic needs and reassurance to thousands of our community members. Since March, our volunteers have helped us deliver over […]
ACCA has recently been contacted and asked to share this information regarding the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey. Below is information on the survey, examples of letters you might receive concerning this survey and answers to frequently asked questions. Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) Since its inception in 1991, the MCBS […]
Dear ACCA Friends, As the public health crisis emerged, we ensured that those we serve, those who are the most vulnerable to the covid-19 virus, will not be left behind. In 48 hours, we closed the majority of our programs and shifted our daily operations with an abundance of precaution, […]
Our newest issue of Connections is out! Click on the link below to learn more about the new event venues coming to Athens, the importance of the Census, ACCA’s upcoming retroProm and more! Click here to read our current issue.
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ACCA held its annual meeting Monday afternoon where staff, community partners, and board members were recognized and thanked for their efforts in making 2019 a successful year for ACCA. This year’s theme, Stories of Us, told stories of the people that we serve, the innovative and impactful work that we […]
Article by Teresa Greenhill Depression is extremely common in older adults. According to some statistics, approximately two million seniors in the United States live with depression. Fortunately, once you recognize the symptoms, you can ask for help. And if you have Medicare, many of the services you need are covered. […]
Many people don’t realize the full range of services we offer at ACCA. Do you need help navigating the complexity of Medicare or planning ahead to long term care needs? Are you or someone you love in need of nutritional support following a hospital stay or do you know a […]