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  • National Center for Chaplain Development Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento
  • TEST QUESTION: What is the definition of a chaplain? A minister in the workplace

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  • 1. Overview: A Collaborative Alliance Toward Community Relief © 2008 NCCD
  • 2. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FIRESTORM 2007
  • 3. What is a Disaster? Katrina September 2005, New Orleans
  • 4. Disaster Defined : By First Responders
    • Emergencies
      • May be handled by local response agencies
    • Disasters
      • Exceeds the capabilities of local response agencies
      • Creates a need for mutual aid
    • Catastrophes
      • A Critical Incident that exceeds all response capabilities
      • Where survival becomes a priority
      • You have to wait for a catastrophe to be downgraded to a disaster before a response can kick in
  • 5. New Orleans Superdome Katrina 2005
  • 6. Why Should We Be Involved?
    • First Responders Overwhelmed
        • Assume a city population of 110,000+
        • Assume 10% are injured or needing rescue (11,000)
        • Fire department = 32 personnel on duty (5 Engines, 2 Trucks, 1 Rescue Rig)
        • Assume all fire resources are available (meaning equipment is not destroyed and fire personnel are not injured)
        • Ratio = 1 fire personnel per 344 victims
        • Ratio = 1 apparatus per 1375 victims (they respond by apparatus and not individually)
  • 7. Real Life Situation
    • Annually occurrences: Wildland fires, flooding, mud slides, small earthquakes
    • Sporadic occurrences: Civil disturbances, large earthquakes
    • Possibilities: Terrorism events, nuclear power plant release and disease epidemics
    • California’s Biggest Threat = Large Earthquakes
    • California is the second top earthquake State
    • 23% of the earthquakes in the USA with magnitude 3.5+ happen in California ( Chino Hills July 29, 2008, Tuesday at 11:42 am, = 5.4 )
  • 8. What Needs to Happen?
    • Develop an unified Area Disaster Response Plan
    • Establish an structure for organizations to plug in to
    • Establish a Full Time Command Liaison with the County EOC
    • Establish common goals & objectives
    • Pool resources together
    • Train together
    • Remove the egos and politics
  • 9. Volunteer Driven Incident
  • 10. Phases For Community Relief
    • Disaster preparedness for the individual
    • Disaster preparedness for your organization
    • Disaster response training for the individual
    • Disaster response training for your organization
    • Networking organizations together for community relief
  • 11. How Big of an Impact Can We Have?
    • 3 million population in OC
    • 10% needs help = 300,000 people
    • Let’s focus on one segment of our community 60 churches with 1000 members each totaling 60,000 church members
    • 10% become Disaster Responders (DR) = 6,000
    • 30 day deployment with 1,000 DR/day working a 12-hour day
    • Each DR serves 10 victims/day = 10,000 victims/day x 30 days = 300,000
  • 12. National Center for Chaplain Development
    • Provides the recognized certification, credentialing & relationships necessary to fulfill this vision
    • Sr. Chaplain Ken Schlenker, MDiv,
    • Executive Director National Center for Chaplain Development
    • Diplomate, National Center for Crisis Management and American Academy of Experts in Trauma Stress
    • Board Certified Emergency Crisis Responder, Stress Management and Crisis Chaplaincy
    © 2008 NCCD
  • 13.
    • “ Our Board of Directors is comprised of Executive Directors of multiple agencies operating in a synergistic collaboration to augment, supplement and enhance one another’s organization”
    National Center for Chaplain Development Model © 2008 NCCD
  • 14.
    • Center for Domestic Preparedness / Homeland Security
    • California Specialized Training Institute Office of Emergency Services
    • International Fellowship of Chaplains
    • International Critical Incident Stress Foundation
    • Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento
    • National Protection Safety & Consulting
    • Operation OC
    • Southern California Chaplain Association
    • Any many others…
    Collaborating Agencies © 2008 NCCD
  • 15.
    • California Chaplain Corps Services Chairman Appointment
    • Center for Domestic Preparedness Homeland Security
      • Colorado State Patrol
      • Florida CISM Association Endorsement
    • International Fellowship of Chaplains,
    • International Critical Incident Stress Foundation,
    • Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento,
    • National Protection Safety and Consulting,
    • Never Forget Ministries
    • Police Office Standardized Training Chaplain Curriculum
    Endorsements and Press Releases
  • 16. THE ISSUE MULTIPLE AGENCY CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED NATIONAL CENTER FOR CHAPLAIN DEVELOPMENT OFFERS ONE STOP CERTIFICATION & TRAINING © 2008 NCCD
  • 17. REINVESTING FUNDS INTO COMMUNITY BASED PROJECTS THE SOLUTION NCCD PROVIDES SERVICES TO VARIOUS AGENCIES © 2008 NCCD FEDERAL STATE COUNTY CITY NON PROFIT CORP
  • 18. Nehemiah 2:7-8
    • 7 I also said to him, "If it pleases the king, may I have letters to the governors of Trans-Euphrates, so that they must provide me safe-conduct until I arrive in Judah?
    • And may I have a letter to Asaph, keeper of the king's forest, so he must give me timber to make beams for the gates of the citadel by the temple and for the city wall and for the residence I will occupy?" And because the gracious hand of my God was upon me, the king granted my requests.
    © 2008 NCCD
  • 19. Chaplaincy and The Law
    • In 1971, the Supreme Court finding (Lemon vs. Kurtzman) resulted in a Three Prong Test, which would interpret the constitutionality of ministries or church related services which may be questioned to Church and State issues.
    © 2008 NCCD
  • 20.
    • “ Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
    Chaplaincy and The Law © 2008 NCCD
  • 21.
    • “ First, the action must have a secular purpose;
    • Second, it’s principal effect must be one that neither advances nor inhibits religion;
    • Finally, the action must not foster an excessive government entanglement with religion.”
    • National Center for Chaplain Development fulfills this three prong test.
    Chaplaincy and The Law © 2008 NCCD
  • 22. Application Today
      • The Scripture tells us we are to give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s
      • The government (Caesar) has specified how we are to interact with secular society through the Constitution
      • NCCD provides a bridge between the sacred and the secular
    © 2008 NCCD
  • 23. So then, what is a Chaplain?
    • Simply put…. a Chaplain is defined as a “minister in the workplace”
    • How does this practically work out while maintaining separation of Church and State?
    © 2008 NCCD
  • 24.
    • Chaplaincy is a bridge ministry between Care and Missions as well as In-reach and Out-reach
    • In order to maintain Constitutional protection and separation of Church and State, NCCD is focusing on the development of Out-reach Chaplaincy in the community
    National Center for Chaplain Development Model © 2008 NCCD
  • 25. 1 2 3 4 © 2008 NCCD In-Reach (Church Based) CARE Chaplain MISSIONS Out-Reach (Community Based)
  • 26. DENOMINATION CHAPLAIN MISSIONARY CHAPLAIN COMMUNITY CHAPLAIN CRISIS LAW ENFORCEMENT HOSPITAL FIRE DISASTER CHAPLAIN… ETC. © 2008 NCCD In-Reach (Church Based) CARE TYPES MISSIONS Out-Reach (Community Based)
  • 27. DENOMINATION OR CHURCH DENOMINATION OR CHURCH OR MISSION AGENCY NCCD & IFOC NCCD / IFOC OR AGENCY © 2008 NCCD In-Reach (Church Based) CARE COVER MISSIONS Out-Reach (Community Based)
  • 28. Widows & Orphans Emergency Call Crisis Responders Grief Support Counseling Critical Incident Stress Management Pastoral Counseling Missionary Care Emergency Response Crisis Intervention Govt. Agency Support Community Service Mediation Victim Witness Assist. Domestic Abuse Law Enforcement Disaster Response Death Notification Local, State, National, International Agencies © 2008 NCCD In-Reach (Church Based) CARE SERVICE MISSIONS Out-Reach (Community Based)
  • 29. NCCD Training Institute International Fellowship of Chaplains Critical Incident Stress Management American Heart Association DISASTER RESPONSE FEMA CERT NIMS - ICS Conferences & Seminars …… and others Mediation CSTI CDP DOT POST Individual Marriage & Family Pastoral Counseling © 2008 NCCD
  • 30. Crisis Management Pre Incident Peri Incident Post Incident
    • Establish working relationship with local, state and federal authorities as we integrate into response plans.
    • Continue to train and certify volunteers forming new Crisis Response Units (CRU) across the country.
    • Pre-incident resiliency development
    • Emergency resource distribution
    • Mobile Kitchens
    • Base camp operations
    • Grief and Trauma support
    • Critical Incident Stress Management
    • Distribute needed recovery resources
    • Grief and trauma support
    • Critical Incident Stress Management
    • Reallocation of unused resources
    © 2008 NCCD PRE INCIDENT PERI INCIDENT POST INCIDENT
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  • 33. Collaborating Agencies © 2008 NCCD
  • 34. Benefits
    • Trained & Certified Emergency Response Teams
    • Pastoral Counselors
    • Visitation Teams
    • Crisis Interventionists
    • After hour call outs
    • Mentors
    • Affiliation with local agencies for entrance into Crisis and Disaster Areas
    • Nationally recognized certifications
    • Relationship with Local, State & Federal Agencies
    © 2008 NCCD
  • 35. National Center for Chaplain Development
    • Serve
    • Train
    • Prepare
    • Mobilize
    • Equip
    • Release
    • Colorado State Patrol Chaplains December 2008
    © 2008 NCCD
  • 36. FOR MORE INFORMATION:
    • NATIONAL CENTER FOR CHAPLAIN DEVELOPMENT
    • 31878 Del Obispo STE 118, PMB 483 San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
    • Ph: (866) 949-6223 (NCCD) Fx: (888) 816-8768 http://nccdat.org [email_address]
    © 2008 NCCD