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The following management tools are available for download and printing by chaplains to help conduct and promote their programs. Upgrades for Acrobat Reader software are available at no charge at Adobe.com.

Army

The Army Chaplaincy is an Army professional bulletin published for the Chief of Chaplains. Although it contains professional information for the support and strengthening of Army chaplains and chaplain assistants, the content does not necessarily reflect the official Army position and it does not supersede any information presented in other official Army publications. The Summer-Fall 2010 issue, Strengthening Army Communities through Ministries of Sacred Speech, is available on the Army Chaplain Corps website.

The Army Chaplaincy Strategic Plan 2009-2014 This strategic plan is aligned with the Army Campaign Plan, covers a five year period, and is updated every year to reflect new issues.

Ministering to Families Affected by Military Deployment: Resources for America’s Clergy This resource guide for chaplains was prepared by the Directorate of Ministry Initiatives, United States Army Office of the Chief of Chaplains.

National Guard

National Guard Chaplaincy Strategic Mission This PowerPoint presentation summarizes the National Guard Chaplaincy Corps strategic mission.

National Guard Bureau Office of the Chaplain Newsletter This site provides access to old newsletters and excerpts from them.

 


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Woman sitting behind desk with notepad speaking to man in uniform A strong support system can help you weather the toughest life changes. If you’re frazzled and sleep deprived, at home with a newborn while your spouse is deployed, it’s important to take a breather and assess your situation, as too much stress can harm your physical and mental health.  Follow these tips for recognizing signs of stress and what to do about it.


Coping With Compassion Fatigue As a service member, you are a unique target for financial scam artists. With extended time away from home on deployments and frequent moves -- as well as a steady income -- you are a perfect target for these scam artists. Agencies across the federal government are working together to fight fraud aimed at service members and veterans. While these federal agencies are committed to using all of their tools to hold these scam artists responsible, the best way to fight them is to deprive them of customers. Here are a few tips on how to protect yourself and your family.


Flower on lilypads This two-hour webinar will explore current research findings linked to burnout and wellness for mental health clinicians. The presentation will include burnout prevention and wellness strategies used to promote a more mindful work-life balance. Continuing education units are available.

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