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At Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) we are always looking for ways to encourage and inspire our participants, volunteers, and staff. We were able to do this with the help of some of our most loyal supporters.Last year, CAP sent out a special...

In June 2016 West Virginia was hit by devastating storms that caused disastrous flooding. In all, forty-four counties were affected by the flooding and over 20 people lost their lives. Thousands of people’s lives were turned upside down in an...

Volunteer Voices

By Jenette VogtIt's funny how God can work in your life sometimes. Just when you think you are starting to figure things out, he opens up all of these other paths and opportunities. Usually they are good surprises. Most of the time they just make me...

CAP Counselor Dale Hamilton awarded 2016 Outstanding Mental Health Counselor
Press Releases

Photo cutline: (left) Tammy Hurst, President of Kentucky Counseling Association, presents Wendell “Dale” Hamilton with the 2016 Outstanding Mental Health Counselor Award. PAINTSVILLE, Ky. — Wendell “Dale” Hamilton, a Christian Appalachian...

Press Releases

Guy Adams, President/CEO of Christian Appalachian Project (CAP), celebrates CAP’s Lexington Open House with Hannah Amburgey, who collected more than 300 coats for CAP, and Kentucky State Treasurer Allison Ball.LEXINGTON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian...

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