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Today HAPC provides the following to the community:
  • Promote, encourage, support all forms of chaplaincy, including helping organizations find and screen chaplain candidates
  • Offer educational, fellowship and networking opportunities for ordained clergy and chaplains
  • Provide educational opportunities for non-ordained spiritual care providers through The School of Applied Ministry which offers three classes a year
  • Offer grief education and support and classes in spiritual care giving though The Center for Loss, Grief and Change
  • Provide chaplaincy support to severely and persistently mentally ill persons and encourage churches to be understanding and accepting of mental illness through the Council on Faith and Mental Illness
  • Encourage and support congregational nursing and health ministries
  • Offer Clinical Pastoral Education through Good Samaritan Ministries and Services
  • Provide chaplaincy to the marginalized (e.g., the homeless, those with disabilities) through Diakonia Ministries