CAM’s Conservative Anabaptist Service Program is approved by the Selective Service System to provide alternative places of employment for conscientious objectors. Young men serve on pilot projects just as if the U.S. government activated a military draft. They often help with rebuilding after a disaster or work on forestry projects.

Conservative Anabaptist Service Program


On a CASP project in West Virginia, Amish volunteers built a new home for Jeff. He is pleased to have a new house free from the mold of his former flooded trailer home.


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The Conservative Anabaptist Service Program (CASP) enables draft-age men to do alternative service in case the U.S. government would issue a military draft. This service is then reported to the United States Selective Service System. Work crews do projects such as...
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