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Who We Serve

We serve EMTs, firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement officers and dispatchers. Emergency Ministries provides specialized Chaplains and training to assist our Heroes in dealing with the variety of emotions that come along with the job. This gives them the tools to deal with such issues as critical incident stress, ongoing stress, anxiety, depression and relationship issues.

What is a Public Safety Chaplain?

A public Safety Chaplain is a specially trained person who responds to the unique needs and challenges of public safety personnel with a reassuring and trustworthy presence. Stress and trauma can negatively affect one’s work performance and that stress can "spill over" at home. A Chaplain may provide marital, emotional, and spiritual support to the first responder and their family.

Stress Mitigation

Critical Incident Stress and trauma can negatively affect every aspect of our life and negative feelings can very easily bleed into relationships with spouses, children and friends. We understand that it’s difficult to separate yourself from your feelings and “turn it off” at the end of the shift.

Welcome to Emergency Ministries

Emergency Chaplain Group is the arm of Emergency Ministries which provides Chaplaincy service to EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement and Dispatch agencies - both on-scene and “behind scene” with an emphasis is on Critical Incident Stress assistance. We are unique in that we require each of our Chaplains to have served in public safety as a firefighter, paramedic or law enforcement officer. We have learned that the personnel we serve appreciate that we have "worn the badge." The services offered by Emergency Ministries are offered without regard to religious affiliation (or lack thereof). We have sat down (sometimes on the scene) with our everyday heroes on issues involving things such as; fatalities involving children, multiple fatality accidents, deaths of co-workers, marital problems, substance abuse issues and the like.

Our Mission and Our Motto

Mission Statement - “To come alongside first-responders who experience extraordinary human events daily and to offer them emotional and spiritual support services.” ------- Our Motto - "In the most critical time of need, they help you. Then, we help them."