The Center’s new chaplain training program is really taking off.
It started when we successfully launched the Chaplains for Justice program last year. That program centers on training and support for chaplains who serve in police departments, sheriff’s departments and similar agencies – and it has achieved universal support throughout the local and regional law enforcement community.
In fact, it was so successful that it convinced The Center to move forward with stage two – which promises to establish an even wider scope. This program will focus on preparing chaplains for service in hospitals, hospice centers, nursing homes, corporate settings and correctional institutions.
The 16-week course will be facilitated by Dr. Esteban Montilla and Rev. Dr. Juan Loya, and the curriculum will include both classroom (didactic) and clinical (experiential) components.
The new program starts February 20th. Formally accredited by The College of Pastoral Supervision & Psychotherapy in New York, New York, the course will earn participants 1 CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) credit at completion.
If you want to be part of the first class of this new chaplain initiative, click here or call 210.616.0885 to learn more.