Current Crisis Care Ministries
Projects and Partnerships
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma
Crisis Care Ministries is proud to partner with Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma in its preparedness initiatives.
Click HERE for the Project Brochure
Click HERE to request a presentation of "In Good Faith: Why Legal Services are Critical for Disaster Survivors" presentation
Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
In the Fall of 2021, hundreds of refugees from Afghanistan began arriving in Oklahoma Afghan. As the only Oklahoma agency designated by the U.S. State Department, Catholic Charities has been diligently working to resettle 1800 individuals**** Crisis Care Ministries Executive Director, Mary Hughes, has been assisting Catholic Charities with monitoring and compliance Click HERE to learn more about how you can help
"Spirit Check" (Care for the Caregiver) Programs
Built and finely tuned upon more than 20 years of Care for the Caregiver programs, "Spirit Check"
Several Spirit Check sessions are currently scheduled with non-profit and faith-based organizations.
Click HERE for the Spirit Check menu
National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
In response to the 2019 Oklahoma spring flooding and severe storms, Crisis Care Ministries has launched a new initiative, "Project Resilient Hope."
Click HERE for links and more information.
Crisis Care Ministries has launched a new initiative, "Project Resilient Hope."
Current and Previous Webinar Series
Since June of 2020, **** participants have attended webinars presented by Crisis Care Ministries.
Click HERE for the current Webinar Hub
Recent Completed Projects
PROJECT RESILIENT HOPE, 2019-2021
In response to the 2019 Oklahoma spring flooding and severe storms, Crisis Care Ministries \launched a new initiative, "Project Resilient Hope." Working to strengthen the emotional and spiritual resilience of our disaster-affected individuals and communities, Project Resilient Hope focuses upon several key components:
First, since all disasters are local. the project works with local community leaders who already serve as local support resources addressing emotional and spiritual care needs so that these leaders can, in turn, more effectively assist disaster survivors in their recovery. We work especially with local long-term recovery groups, faith communities, VOAD organizations (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster), emergency managers, and other community leaders, offering training in practical skills you can then apply in your day-to-day interactions with the disaster-affected community. Click one the "Training" link above for current training calendar and active registrations.
Secondly, the Project identifies, trains, and provides mentoring to leaders within long-term recovery groups who focus specifically upon disaster-related emotional and spiritual care needs. The goal is to create a strong cadre of trained disaster emotional and spiritual care long-term recovery specialists across our state. Click here "insert hyperlink* to request more information.
Major funding for this project comes from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and in partnership with Project fiscal sponsor, Church World Service.
PROJECT RESILIENT SPIRIT, 2018-2019