VA and Veterans’ Mental Health and Chaplaincy

From the VA: Mental Health and Chaplaincy is a national initiative that aims to achieve a more collaborative system of care for the benefit of Veterans, Service members, and their families. Emotional, social, psychological, and spiritual needs are interconnected – the professionals and communities that attend to these needs should be coordinated and integrated for Read more about VA and Veterans’ Mental Health and Chaplaincy[…]

Chaplaincy historian recognized by ASCH

Ronit Stahl, Assistant Professor of History at the University of California at Berkeley, Chaplaincy Innovation Lab Advisory Group Member, and author of Enlisting Faith: How the Military Chaplaincy Shaped Religion and State in Modern America has been recognized by the American Society of Church History. Dr. Stahl has been awarded the 2018 Frank S. and Read more about Chaplaincy historian recognized by ASCH[…]