The New York State Chaplain Task Force has opened recruitment and is now concentrating on the Crown Heights community in Brooklyn.
NYSCTF trains, maintains and dispatches highly skilled volunteer Inter-Faith Community Crisis Chaplains to provide spiritual and emotional support and assistance to individuals and their families, local and state agencies, as well as public and private institutions in times of crisis.
President and Commanding Officer, Rev. Marcos Miranda, is excited about Crown Heights. “Crown Heights is a beautiful inter-faith community and full of amazing people. We look forward to enhance our relationship with this community” said Rev. Miranda.
The 2,200 Chaplains currently under NYSCTF, have all undergone extensive background checks at the local, state and federal levels, and are certified in Mental Health First Aid and First Aid, CPR and AED, and taking pride in providing 24/7 365 day a year emergency spiritual and emotional support services.
NYSCTF has opened up the opportunity to the Chabad community of Crown Heights to join the organization. “This is an amazing opportunity to do meaningful Shlichus/outreach work, which is a core value of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s. We look forward to welcome 24 new chaplains very soon” says Chaplain Mendy Cohen, Deputy Director Intergovernmental Affairs at NYSCTF, and a residence of Crown Heights.
For more information, visit the NYSCTF website at nychaplaincyservices.org
For chaplain enrollment and information, contact Chaplain Cohen at 646-606-3770 or via email at email@example.com