Appalachian Crossroads
>>>APA Volunteers
Work provides
meaning to the day.

The purpose of our Volunteer Program is to provide individuals in the community opportunities to serve our individuals with disabilities in a variety of ways.

Good Work...
Well Done.

Volunteers strengthen strengthen Appalachian Crossroad's existing services and programs by increasing the available support for the people we serve.

Volunteers are selected and trained to be additional support providers for existing programs and services. Tasks will consist of but are not limited to: some light office work; assisting staff in group outings, projects or activities; assisting staff with the upkeep and organization of our Business Services.

Why Volunteer? Requirements

  • Give back to your community
  • Gain personal satisfaction in helping others
  • Internships
  • Learn about persons with Developmental Disabilities
  • Acquire new skills and make new friends
  • Explore new career options
  • Minimum age of 18
  • Attend orientation and site specific training
  • Consent to criminal background check
  • 4-6 Month commitment
  • Confidentiality Agreement


©2009 Appalachian Parent Association, Inc - Appalachian Crossroads
39 South Third Street, Oakland, MD 21550, 301-334-8449

Executive Director: Scott Hollingsworth