The Synergistic Effect of Enhanced Unit Ministry Team - Helping Agent Coordination and Cooperation
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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This study proposes that Unit Ministry Teams adopt an aggressive, proactive involvement with other helping agents. The Unit Ministry Team UMT is composed of a Chaplain and Chaplain Assistant. Helping agents are the professionals who direct Army Community Service, Family Advocacy, Health Promotion, etc. UMTs who combine efforts with helping agents multiply their ability to serve the Army Family. Regulations governing Chaplain pastoral care are reviewed. The helping agencys governing regulations are carefully studied to determine UMT involvement. The Chaplaincys work with Army families is misunderstood by soldiers and leaders. This paper instructs leaders and chaplains about full pastoral care to the total Army Family. The use of the pronoun he throughout this paper is intended to refer to all soldiers regardless of sex. Keywords Military publications.
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