Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) AmeriCorps Caseworkers provide short-term emergency assistance, including food, utility assistance, household goods, and clothing. Family Advocacy caseworkers are often a participant’s first contact with Christian Appalachian Project—they assess the needs, provide any necessary short-term assistance, and make appropriate referrals to other CAP programs or community agencies. In addition to the responsibilities above, this member takes applications for CAP’s Housing program.
CAP AmeriCorps members also have the opportunity to participate in CAP's Volunteer Program. CAP Volunteers commit to direct Service, intentional Community, and Spirituality. In addition to their service, most CAP volunteers share in dinner and devotion several nights a week.
Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Housing, Living allowance, Relocation allowance (if applicable), Student loan forbearance, Training
All food and housing is provided for members who choose to live in community. The living allowance is $125 bi-weekly for members who live in community and $550 bi-weekly for members who choose to find their own housing.
GED/High School Diploma
Desired Certifications or Qualifications
Driver's license and good driving record.
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check