The Albuquerque Regional Community Chaplain Corps (ARCCC) is made up of chaplains who are specially trained men and women prepared to help meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of victims during natural and man-made disasters and in times of other crisis (i.e. death, suffering, loneliness, etc.).
The purpose of the ARCCC is to supply Chaplains who bring a ministry of presence and appropriately share comfort and hope and resources with those affected by crisis.
The ARCCC is composed of ordained Chaplains who are credentialed by theInternational Fellowship of Chaplains (IFOC) a 501c3 organization. ARCCC has been an operating corps of the IFOC since December 2009.
Our vision is to see Chaplains who are professionally trained, certified, licensed and equipped, providing meaningful, life changing service to the communities in which they live and serve in through involvement in every sector of community life, be it health and welfare, education, transitional living, emergency service and governmental support.