Anoka County Children & Family Council

ACCFC Purpose
Strengthening the Community Through Collaboration
The Anoka County Children and Family Council is a family service collaborative comprised of Anoka County, seven school districts, Anoka Counyt Community Action Program, and appointed community agencies representatives, paernts and community leaders.

The Council focuses on prevention, coordination and streamlining services to better meet the needs of children and families.

Participation in the federally funded Local Collaborative Time Study has allowed the Council to raise more than $19 million since 1994 to help Anoka County children and families.

The Council provides grants, flexible funding and educational opportunities that encourage schools and agencies to work collaboratively to support a healthy community for children and families.

ACCFC Partners




Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11

School District Office: 763-506-1000

Centennial ISD 12

School District Office: 763-792-6000

Columbia Heights ISD 13

School District Office: 763-528-4500


Fridley ISD 14


School District Office: 763-502-5000

St. Francis ISD 15

School District Office: 763-753-7040

Spring Lake Park ISD 16

School District Office: 763-786-5570

Forest Lake ISD 831

School District Office: 651-982-8100

Anoka County Community Action Program (ACCAP)

ACCAP Office: 763-783-4747

Anoka County                                            -Corrections                                                 -Community Health                                  -Social Services & Mental Health      

-Economic Assistance

General Info: 763-421-4760,                       Corrections: 763-323-5830,                   Community Health: 763-422-7030, Social Services: 763-422-7000, Economic Assistance: 763-422-7200

Alexandra House

Office: 763-780-2332

Anoka County Sheriff's Office

Office: 763-323-5034

Emma B. Howe YMCA

Office: 763-785-7882

Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-Being

Office: 763-780-3036

Lord of Life Lutheran Church

Office: 763-427-1100