Mountain Community Action Program
Children’s Feeding Program
For eligibility criteria and documentation needed please see the following document.
Mountain Community Action Program – Mountain CAP – serves Smyth, Wythe, and Bland County residents. The Children’s Feeding Program will assist families who meet the following criteria with food cards to reduce child food insecurity.
Smyth County Residents need to obtain an intake packet from the Marion Mountain CAP office located at 602 South Iron Street, Marion, VA 24354. For more information, please call Alice Crockett at 276-783-7337 ext. 2.
Wythe and Bland County Residents need to obtain an intake packet from the Mountain CAP Wythe/Bland Outreach Office located at the HOPE Ministry Center at 680 West Main Street, Wytheville, VA 24382. For more information, please call Andrea Williams at 276-228-5231.
Intake packets will be available for pickup or to be mailed beginning 3/23/2020; Appointments will begin 3/30/2020.
CLIENT SECTOR BOARD VACANCY: NOTICE FOR NOMINATION OF SMYTH COUNTY BOARD MEMBER
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 30, 2021
Mountain Community Action Program, Inc. is governed by a tri-partite board with members from the private, public, and client sectors that serve Smyth, Wythe, and Bland Counties.
Mountain Community Action Program, Inc. is accepting nominations for a member of the Board of Directors from Smyth County. The opening is for a client sector representative which must be democratically selected. The representative is not required to be a client of Mountain CAP, but shall be chosen in a manner that ensures true representation of the population being served by Mountain CAP.
For more information, please call:
Mike Williams, Executive Director at (276) 783-7337 ext. 2
602 S. Iron Street, Marion, VA 24354
Nominations may be submitted by phone, email, or postal service.
MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM, INC.
Emergency Operating Policy: COVID-19 Pandemic
Effective March 16, 2020 – Until Further Notice
Clients may pick up application packets for services provided by Mtn. CAP and take them home to complete. Once the application is complete, the client shall call and schedule an appointment to drop off the application and copy any required documents. During the intake process, clients will be seated at a designated area until intake is complete. No more than 2 related clients will be at the intake area at a time. Once a client application is completed by a worker, or a tax return is complete, the client will be contacted regarding the status of their assistance application or to pick up a tax return. The intake area will be disinfected after each use using products approved by the CDC.