Who we serve
Since 1964, CAP’s work has focused on promoting dignity and independence among Appalachian residents struggling against poverty. Family structure is preserved in order to make life better for citizens.
The Appalachian region stretches from the northeast corner of Mississippi through the southwest corner of New York and in the hardest hit areas of the 13 states, more than 50% of children live in poverty. Through the prayers and generosity of CAP’s supporters, we have the opportunity to live out the Gospel each and every day.
We Provide Programs for Children and their Families, Elderly and People with Disabilities.
Grateful Bread Food Pantry
Help provide Food to people in need.
Christmas Basket Program
Help provide Christmas Presents to people in need.
Child & Family Development Centers
Programs offer both children and parents opportunities for development.
Counseling and Spouse Abuse Shelters are available to serve the needs of families and children.
Provide a rewarding week of learning and fun to as many as 1,000 or more Appalachian children.
Low income families are assisted with new clothes, supplies and other school necessities.
Educational Support Services/In-School Education
Eight week-long sessions are provided by camps AJ and Shawnee.
Parents are Teachers
Parents are taught to actively engage their children in learning developmental skills.
Elderly In-Home Services
Offering transportation, social services and companionship.
People with Disabilities
In-home respite services are committed to providing periodic care.