Embedded First Responder Chaplaincy

A New Book by Glenn Davis and Teresa Cutts

 First Responders are our most valuable but also most vulnerable public servants. The many stressors of their jobs are life-altering and greatly impact the quality of life for them and their families. They serve and protect us daily, often putting their health and even their lives in peril.

This book shares in depth the work of the Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist’s First Responder Chaplaincy Program’s (FRCP) team members. It includes the FRCP’s history, devel­opment, staffing and training, and is a comprehensive, descriptive and quantitative effort to highlight and value its work.

 

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FaithHealth Magazine

Winter 2022

 

 

  • A Conversation with Gene Woods
  • Center for Congregational Health: Keeping Churches Healthy, Pandemic and All
  • Education as Equity
  • Essentials

Lots of Hats: the Many Roles of FaithHealth

It takes all kinds of folks to do the work of FaithHealth, to help bring health to the most vulnerable people

 

6th Annual John Hatch Lecture Series

 

“Mental Health—An Expanded Landscape”

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Sponsored by the FaithHealth Division-Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist & National Association of Community Health Centers

 

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