About Us

One World for Love and Peace (OW4LP), an educational 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, aims to increase cultural understanding of the Arab communities living in the greater Sacramento area through media, partnership, public relations and outreach.

One Stop access (OSA) and One Media Access (OMA) are the two programs under OW4LP. In January 2020 OSA program became an independent organization under the name of Arab Community Center for Integration Services (ACCIS). Visit https://www.accis-sac.org/ to learn about their work.

One Stop Access (OSA) - Now ACCIS. Check out the new website https://www.accis-sac.org/

Arab Community Center for Integration Services (ACCIS) provides transitional assistance to newly arriving Arab immigrants and refugees to the United States through Referral Services, Women and Youth Empowerment Programs, and Cultural Integration Activities. 


One Media Access (OMA)

One Media Access” (OMA) program focuses on successful Arab transition into local communities. In addition, OMA provides media coverage and outreach support to One Stop Access (OSA), Sacramento area, OW4LP produced a TV show, “The Lighthouse 4 Today’s Viewers”, through Public Cable Television, Access Sacramento, and launched the “Arab American Community TV” (AACTV) as an online TV station to contain the shows from “The Light House for Today’s Viewers”. OW4LP also established Ahlan Wa Sahlan (Welcome)”, an Arabic show with English translation, to address different inspirational individual experiences and resources available for the Arab community.

Our Committment

Both programs are committed to enrich the lives of newly arriving Arab immigrants and refugees to the greater Sacramento area. OMA fosters the spirit of community by bringing people together with communication. OSA compliments and supports the government’s efforts in providing basic humanitarian needs for the newly arriving refugees. These programs clarify the laws, regulations and rights of the refugees in their language; introduce local services, and address most needed day-to-day issues. This allows a smooth transition and adjustment among the cultural groups living in one community.