Anoka County Children & Family Council
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 County Community Action Program, and appointed community agency representatives, parents 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, sponsorships, flexible funding and educational opportunities that encourage schools and agencies to work collaboratively to support a healthy community for children and families.
|Anoka Hennepin ISD 11|
District Office: 763-506-1000
General Info 763-324-4000
Community Health: 763-324-4200
Social Services: 763-324-1400
Economic Assistance: 763-422-7200
|Centennial ISD 12|
Centennial School District
District Office: 763-792-6000
|Anoka County Community|
Action Program (ACCAP)
|Columbia Heights ISD 13|
Columbia Heights School District
District Office: 763-528-4500
|Anoka County Sheriff’s Office|
|Fridley ISD 14|
Fridley School District
District Office: 763-502-5000
|Emma B. Howe YMCA|
|St. Francis ISD 15|
St. Francis School District
District Office: 763-753-7040
|Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Well-Being|
Lee Carlson Center
|Spring Lake Park ISD 16|
Spring Lake School District
District Office: 763-786-5570
|Lord of Life Lutheran Church|
Lord of Life Lutheran Church
|Forest Lake ISD 831|
Forest Lake School District
District Office: 651-982-8100
The Enitan Story
The Enitan Story
|Neighborhood HealthSource - North Metro Clinic|
Neighborhood HealthSource North Metro Clinic
ACCFC - Special Council Meeting
Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic and working in an emergency “shelter in place” order by Governor Walz.
This is Serving as public notice that the voting members of the Anoka County ACCFC will hold a conference call special meeting to vote on the motion approved by the ACCFC Management Committee to :
Effective immediately for the 2019-2020 grant awards, temporarily lift requirements/restrictions on current Grants that allow Grantees to expend available funds in a manner that will continue to further ACCFC goals, but address client needs in light of the current pandemic.
This meeting will take place by phone conference (763-324-4055) Pin – 1451
March 31, 2020 at 1 pm.
Next Council Meeting
April 9, 2020
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic the April Council meeting will be a telephone hearing with the call in number is 763-324-4055 and the pin is 1289.
The time is 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Usual site for meeting is Anoka County Government Center - Room 710
2100 3rd Avenue, Anoka, MN 55303
Council members will appear by telephone and attendance by the public or any members of the body at the regular meeting location is not feasible due to the health pandemic.