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Chaplaincy Program

Chaplains are called to critical incidents when police determine emotional and spiritual care is needed

Chaplaincy Program Image

Chaplaincy Program

Chaplains are called to critical incidents when police determine emotional and spiritual care is needed

Chaplaincy Program Image

Chaplaincy Program

Chaplains are called to critical incidents when police determine emotional and spiritual care is needed

Chaplaincy Program Image

Chaplaincy Program

Chaplains are called to critical incidents when police determine emotional and spiritual care is needed


ABOUT

The Salvation Army Chaplaincy Program is a partnership between The Salvation Army Milwaukee County and the Milwaukee Police Department. Our 64 chaplains represent 16 denominations from 50 different churches.

The chaplains are called to critical incidents when police determine emotional and spiritual care is needed, including:

  • Homicides
  • Drug overdoses
  • House fires
  • Fatal accidents
  • Suicides
  • Infant deaths

HISTORY

Since the program’s beginning in 2015, chaplains have also attended the following community events:

  • Prayer vigils
  • Holiday events in Districts 4, 5 and 7
  • National Nights Out in Districts 2, 4, 6 and 7
  • Adopt-a-Block
  • Toy Shop
  • Feed the Kids
  • Stuff the Squad
  • Monthly Faith-Based Initiatives
  • Crime and Safety meetings

Application Information

Please submit applications to:

The Salvation Army
Attn: Alexis Twito
11315 West Watertown Plank Road, Wauwatosa, WI 53226

Questions?

Alexis Twito, Chaplaincy Program Coordinator
(414) 736-7843
Alexis_Twito@usc.salvationarmy.org