Becoming a Supportive Care Minister involves serving faithfully for a period of no less than two years, which includes:
If yes, someone from the Supportive Care Leader Team will contact you about this so, the team may better understand its significance in your life and ministry.
Note: Many people become involved in caring ministry because of the care they have received, including care from mental health professionals. The Supportive Care Leader Team needs this information in order to provide the best support possible for our Supportive Care Ministries.
Please provide three references.
Please read and sign below.
The information I have provided in this application is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I agree to participate in Supportive Care Ministry Training, Small Group Peer Supervision, and Supportive Care Minister continuing education; to be accountable to my Wellhouse Ministries Supportive Care Leader Team, and to function within the boundaries of Supportive Care Ministries. I give permission for Wellhouse Ministries, if it deems necessary, to call my references, secure a background check on me, and consult with the treating mental health professionals regarding the nature of any mental health care I have received.