ACTS is closely monitoring the rapidly changing situation of COVID-19 as it affects our community. As an important source of services for those in crisis, we have every intention of continuing our mission especially in times of uncertainty. We are doing our best to minimize risk to our staff and clients and have made some decisions that affect how we provide services in order to ensure your safety.
Important Changes to Our Hours
Food Assistance: Mondays and Thursdays: 9-11:30am, 1-3pm, Tuesdays: 1-3.30pm, 5-7pm, Wednesdays: CLOSED, Fridays: 9-11:30am only.
Domestic Violence Services: Phone Call Appointments (703) 221-4460
Sexual Assault Services: Phone Call Appointments Only (703) 497-1192
Emergency Assistance: Phone Call Appointments Only - Per the Governor’s declaration, utilities will not be disconnected. However, if you have a past due amount, we may be able to assist you. Please make an appointment on our website by selecting Emergency Assistance from the Services menu and following the prompts, or email us: email@example.com
Thrift Store – We are Open - Limited Donations see page for details
Additional services for homebound seniors
Senior Link – receive regular check-in calls (703) 368-4141
Home Delivery – receive monthly food deliveries to your home if you are a homebound senior age 65+ or are a person with a physical disability (703) 441-8606 x288
ACTION in Community Through Service (ACTS) provides services to our neighbors experiencing crisis. If you are in our community, you are our neighbor. We welcome every race, ethnicity, color, religious belief, status, sexual identity, gender identity, and gender expression. Crisis doesn’t discriminate and neither do we. Diversity and inclusion are vital to our mission, and we affirm and respect the equality of ALL members of our community. Having a variety of backgrounds and perspectives help businesses and communities thrive and we celebrate those differences. We proudly support the removal of all barriers that negatively impact our community, particularly when it impedes their ability to find and receive crisis services, and are committed to creating a community where no one goes without or suffers alone.