Appalachia Service Project
Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is a home repair ministry based out of Johnson City, TN, and will repair homes FREE of charge again this summer for Avery and Mitchell County families! Using volunteer labor and the leadership of summer staff, ASP hopes to work for 12 or more families in the area- so take action to apply now. Appalachia Service Project will be working actively in Avery County from early June through late July.
All candidates will selected based on scale of the projects, skill level needed from volunteers, ASP’s budget, and safety of the work site. Types of projects include porches, wheelchair ramps, foundations, insulation, roof replacement or repair, weatherization, new doors, and more! The goal of the ASP summer program is to help make homes warmer, safer, and drier across 30 counties in Central Appalachia.
The Home Repair Application can be found online at asphome.org/apply, and can also be found at the bottom of this page.
You can also request an application by calling ASP Headquarters at (423) 854-8800, and send it to Appalachia Service Project, 4523 Bristol Highway, Johnson City, TN 37601.
To be considered for this summer’s ASP Home Repair Program, residents must complete the Application and return it by May 29th to any of the above locations. After May 29th, applications should be returned to the ASP staff at the Cranberry Middle School, 6320 North Highway 19-E, Elk Park NC 28622.