The African Caribbean Community Initiative (ACCI) was initially set up in the 1980’s as a response to concerns raised by the Wolverhampton Rastafarian Progressive Association about the disproportionate number of African Caribbean’s suffering or at risk of mental ill health in the local community.
ACCI was first registered as a charity in 1987 and has been at the forefront of supportive services for individuals affected by mental ill health as well as continuing to raising awareness within the local community.
Over the past 30 years ACCI has remained based in the heart of Wolverhampton community but has continued to strive to raise the profile of the organisation nationally. ACCI has continued to collaborate with a wide range of statutory, voluntary and private sector agencies at local, regional and national level in order to influence and improve specialist as well as mainstream service delivery to our members.
You are very welcome to contact us yourself.
Tel: 01902 571 230
Fax: 01902 571233
ACCI is open Monday to Friday all year round, including some Bank Holidays and Christmas Day.
Monday – Thursday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Friday: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Hot drinks and snacks are available.
Lunch served from:
12.30pm to 13.45pm
Newhampton Road East
Wolverhampton West Midlands WV1 4BA