ACC Senior Services (aka Asian Community Center) was established in 1972 to provide programs for the under served Asian American community. Through the years, our vision evolved to create an array of services that help older adults sustain their independence and life styles. The first major program is the ACC Care Center (1987), a 99-bed skilled nursing facility in a multicultural and multilingual setting. Among other awards, the ACC Care Center maintains a 5 star rating from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid. ACC opened a community senior center in 2002, offering a Lifelong Learning and Wellness Program. Almost 900 individuals attend tai chi, line dancing, fitness, arts & crafts, and other classes and workshops each annually. ACC Rides Transportation Services (2003) provides 4,000 rides monthly for seniors in 9 zip code areas in Sacramento, and some towns in the Delta region. ACC Rides also supports community events by providing shuttle transportation services. In 2007, ACC accomplished a long term goal to provide housing and supportive services to further sustain independent lifestyles among older persons. ACC acquired Greenhaven Terrace, only a short walk from the senior center, adding a 166-apartment community for persons 62+. In 2014, we remodeled one wing of Greenhaven Terrace to create a 24-unit Assisted Living program, meeting all California State Community Care Licensing requirements. Bridge to Healthy Families Caregiver Support programs (2009) supports and sustains the efforts of family caregivers, many of whom care for elders with Alzheimer's and other dementias, physical disability, and are at risk of institutionalization, by providing home visits for care assessments and care management, coaching and support groups. Legacy Corps, an AmeriCorps program, is a friendly visitor program, offering in-home respite for families. A Caregiver Scholarship, funded by donations and fundraising, supports families trying new services as their caregiving needs change. In 2015, ACC Administration and ACC Programs moved into a renovated school-building in Greenhaven. This new building gives us room to expand our community based services and programs. The new building is a welcoming place for seniors to take a class, receive services, volunteer, and visit with friends.