Spiritual Care Resources During this Pandemica
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|Engages and offers education to multiple interest groups so more people in need receive effective spiritual care|
|Opens access to new evidence-based knowledge base: Online Learning Center|
|Provides valuable resources to contribute significantly to career development|
|Creates a powerful voice for spiritual care|
|Offers new paths for chaplaincy credentialing and board certification|
With the following sub-categories:
Ministry and Chaplaincy
The SCA University of Theology and Spirituality was created to help ministry professionals, chaplains, nurses, social workers, first responders, and others to advance their spiritual training and earn their degrees.
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|4-month program for current or aspiring directors of chaplaincy departments|
|Gain the knowledge and experiential tools to lead successful chaplaincy departments|
|Next cohort begins September 2019. Registration now open.|
|Successful candidates will receive the Chaplaincy Management Certificate|
As the Spiritual Care Association continues to grow and expand, we continue to offer our members with highly-specialized services tailored to their particular industry. Through the SCA Divisions, we are able to provide our members a platform to network among themselves and access their specialized member benefits.
SCA is leading the grassroots, national and global, multidisciplinary advocacy effort that:
|Is uniting the voices of individual and organizational members to advance the integration of spiritual care in health care so that more people receive the help they need|
|Gives chaplains a seat “at the table” when major decisions are being made about policy and reimbursement for inpatient, outpatient and home care|
|Thanks chaplains and other involved members of the interdisciplinary health care team for their extraordinary work by creating and publicizing the new annual Spiritual Care Day
|Sign Petition: Tell Congress That 'Spiritual Care Matters'|
|Credentialed Chaplain: Anyone currently working as a chaplain but is not board certified and meets SCA’s requirements merits the title of Credentialed Chaplain (CC)|
|Board Certified Chaplain: SCA offers two paths to Board Certification|
|Advanced Board Certified Chaplain: The APBCC represents a significantly higher bar than any other BCC process|