Children and their Families
CAP is committed to providing opportunities for children and their families to reach their highest developmental potential through physical, spiritual and emotional support. CAP seeks to support and nurture parents as the child’s primary caretaker and educator. Parents involved in their children’s education, as well as continuing education goals of their own, creates an environment conducive to the learning and growth of the whole family.
Lessons learned in the early years will be carried by children for the rest of their lives – children who learn to feel positive about themselves and to feel a sense of responsibility for themselves and their peers will become more likely to recognize their full potential as teenagers and adults.
Grateful Bread Food Pantry
Help provide Food to those in need.
Christmas Basket Program
Help provide Christmas Presents to those 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.
Camps 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 they might not otherwise be able to afford.
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.