FaithHealthNC helps ease the journey to health and healing for people and the communities in which they live by connecting the caring strengths of congregations, the clinical expertise of providers and a network of community resources. It also serves as a liaison between Wake Forest Baptist Health and congregations of all denominations. Supporters of Health are staff members who work in under-served areas in collaboration with various community-based agencies to connect patients with vital medical and non-medical resources. As a national leader in this field, FaithHealthNC offers educational resources and events. www.faithhealthnc.org
Professional counseling services & life learning with more than 30 centers across North Carolina
CareNet is a compassionate, professional, community-based counseling organization whose counselors and staff offer personalized, spiritually-integrated counseling care from 34 centers across North Carolina. Since its founding in 1972 CareNet has become the largest hospital-based program of its kind in the nation. CareNet counseling provides high quality outpatient counseling services to help clients take that next step—for moving forward with the rest of their lives. www. www.carenetnc.org
Center for Congregational Health
Strengthening congregations through consulting, leadership coaching, and intentional interim ministry
Opening doors of hope and wholeness with faith communities, lay leaders and clergy, the Center has provided direct consultation to hundreds of churches since 1992. Applying a congregational approach, CCH consultants seek to elicit and use the resources, skills and gifts for ministry already present in a congregation. The Center recognizes the uniqueness of each congregation and use a process-oriented model that focuses on interactive dialogue for problem solving and discernment. www.healthychurch.org
Clinical Pastoral Education program (CPE)
The Department of FaithHealth Education provides a wide range of educational opportunities and resources for chaplain residents, interns, hospital staff, and community clergy, congregations, and community organizations. The Association for Clinical Pastoral Education provides accreditation for the Clinical Pastoral Education program. CPE is offered Level I, Level II and Certified Educator Training. The CPE programs provide internships for the summer and two extended units from August to May to meet the needs of seminarians, ministers and others interested in improving pastoral care skills and those ordained ministers interested in pursuing chaplaincy as a career. Click HERE for more information!