Disaster Recovery

Make a difference through home repair and replacement in Appalachian communities affected by flooding, forest fires, and more.

ASP's Disaster Recovery Efforts

Since 2012, Appalachia Service Project (ASP) has responded to disasters throughout Central Appalachia by repairing and replacing affected homes. When fires or floods damage the homes of our neighbors, the ASP community along with other nonprofits, businesses, and government agencies act to restore warm, safe, and dry homes to Appalachian families.

Past responses include:

  • Dry Creek Flooding: Tennessee, 2012
  • Rainelle Flooding: Greenbrier County and surrounding communities, West Virginia, 2016
  • Gatlinburg Wild Fires: Sevier County, Tennessee, 2016

Get Involved

ASP is not currently responding to any disasters in our region. When the need arises, we will list opportunities to help here.

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Who is ASP?

Warmer. Safer. Drier.®

ASP volunteers provide high quality home repair for Appalachian families

Relationship Ministry

ASP volunteers and families develop life-long relationships

Transformation

Everyone who comes into contact with this ministry is transformed

Warmer. Safer. Drier.®

Relationship Ministry

Transformation

New Build

Help ASP build new homes for families year-round.

Helping Hands

Serve as an individual and use your construction expertise to accomplish skilled repair projects.

Year-Round Mission Trips

Serve with ASP in our repair program from September through April.

New Build

Help ASP build new homes for families year-round.

Learn More

Helping Hands

Serve as an individual and use your construction expertise to accomplish skilled repair projects.

Learn More

Year-Round Mission Trips

Serve with ASP in our repair program from September through April.

Learn More