Please join us in welcoming our new CEO Francis Horton! CAC’s Board of Directors is pleased to share the appointment of Mr. Horton, following in the footsteps of Tamara Carrera upon her retirement.
The COVID-19 economic crisis has threatened people from all walks of life with homelessness as livelihoods have suddenly been cut off. Since the crisis began CAC has been receiving 4 times as many requests for assistance than before COVID. CAC is working to provide rent assistance to help as many of our neighbors as possible stay in their homes. In 2020 CAC provided more than $2 million in rent assistance!
CAC services are focused on providing basic needs of food and rent assistance to those most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to request assistance and for updated food pantry hours.
You can help our neighbors who are experiencing difficult times due to the impact of COVID-19. Make a donation or spearhead an online group funding drive to help prevent homelessness. Donate to the food pantry or volunteer on location or remotely from home.
Sign up now for free adult education classes at CAC! Classes are conducted online during the COVID-19 pandemic. CAC’s free adult education classes focus on enhancing life skills and improving job skills. Or, join us as a volunteer and teach a class!
CAC has volunteer opportunities available! Consider being a part of our team as CAC revises and re-opens services following recommended safety guidelines. Join us in helping our neighbors who are facing difficult times due to the COVID-19 economic shutdown.
CAC will not be offering tax preparation/filing (VITA) services this year. Click here for VITA 2021 program and location information
Financial assistance and adult education services are now offered remotely.
The food pantry and thrift shop at 8607 Roswell Rd are open. Food is also available at the Dunwoody office. Click here for hours.
For information on the coronavirus please visit these websites: