Our Mission: The primary mission of the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy is to provide pastoral care and counseling for employees and families of first responders, as well as the general public; assist the Coroner in notifying individuals who have lost a family member in an unexpected manner; assist the Mobile Crisis Unit and SWAT teams in hostage negotiations and other local emergency situations; and to provide follow-up visitations in the home or in the hospital for victims of crimes and their families.
Our Chaplains are on call 24/7 to responded to crises throughout the Charleston and Dorchester areas. All of our Chaplains are ordained clergy or have over 25 years experience in law-enforcement If you are interested in volunteering as a chaplain please click here!
Survivor Follow Up
The Survivor Follow Up Group is a support group of lay-persons which
follows up with individuals and families after the unexpected loss of a
family member. The group meets once a month for training and to report on their cases. To learn more click here!