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Register Now: Disaster Chaplain Training
Course Summary 
This two-day training National Disaster Interfaiths Network (NDIN) prepares ordained or credentialed religious leaders and other professional or credentialed spiritual care providers as disaster emotional and spiritual caregivers in mass care settings or within their house of worship, religious community or professional institution. 

This curriculum is compliant with NIMS (National Incident Management Systems), incorporates a certificate in FEMA Incident Command System IS 100.b, and complies with the National VOAD* Points of Consensus for Disaster Spiritual Care and the Spiritual Care Guidelines.

Target Audience: Clergy and Credentialed Religious Leaders, Professional/Institutional Chaplains, Professional or Credentialed Spiritual Caregivers. Also, Emergency Managers and disaster mental health professionals may take this course to develop their knowledge of disaster spiritual care best practices.

Disaster Chaplain Training
Tuesday, November 28th and Wednesday, November 29th
8:30AM - 5:00PM 
New York Disaster Interfaith Services
4 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 (Directions)


Attendance is limited to 35 participants • Register by November 17 
Registration Fee: $145 - Paid in Advance
FREE for NYC Clergy Active in Puerto Rico & USVI Recovery.
(Continental breakfast, lunch and training materials included)

NYDIS (New York Disaster Interfaith Services) and New York VOAD, through a training partnership with the NDIN invites religious leaders and spiritual caregivers of all faiths to take this two-day Disaster Chaplain Training.  New York City area participants who complete this certification can volunteer as disaster chaplains with NYDIS. NDIN can also assist unaffiliated volunteers in finding disaster spiritual care volunteer opportunities in local communities across the United States. Emergency managers and disaster mental health professionals may also take this course to develop their knowledge of disaster spiritual care best practices.


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