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an Affiliate online CPE program
We are a 501c3 non-profit organization and recognized with an exemption by the Texas Workforce Commission as an a-vocational training school.
Disclaimer: Crisis Chaplaincy of America does not make any representations regarding the use of training models, or the reliance upon these models, for decision making purposes; and Crisis Chaplaincy of America will not he held liable for any damages, however suffered, flowing from the direct or indirect use of, or reliance upon these training models.
Discount for Law Enforcement Personnel
This course is eligible for
TCOLE credit hours.
Flexible Payment Plans
** Please note: Background checks are conducted. Applicants may not have anything greater than a Class B Misdeamenor on record."
Volunteer Chaplain Activity Highlights
Chaplain Mia Craft
Mia is a volunteer with the Law Enforcement Ride Along program and the Medical Examiner's Death Notification program. She is shown here on a ride along.
Chaplain Mark Caronna
Mark has retired as a law enforcement officer and his heart is drawn to serve those first responders who suffer with PTSD, chemical dependency, and/or addiction. He is shown here making a presentation at the HPD (Houston Police Department) quarterly meeting on behalf of Warriors Heart.
Chaplain Brigid Stevenson
After serving as a registered nurse for almost four decades, Brigid Stevenson has seen a lot. In addition to her work in hospitals, she’s also cared for dying patients as a hospice nurse and built homes with Habitat for Humanity. Her latest gig is donning a bullet-proof vest and riding along on 12-hour shifts with members of the Sealy Police Department as their first-ever chaplain. Read more about her here in an article in The Sealy News written by April Towery email@example.com.
Monday - Friday: 8:00 - 5:00 pm.
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
PO Box 720093 Houston TX 77272 US
Crisis Chaplaincy of America
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