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JB CHS Chapel, Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy sign partnership MOA

By Staff Sgt. Andrea Salazar | Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs | Sept. 29, 2016

JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA — Rev. Rob Duey, Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy chaplain (left), Col. Robert Lyman, 628th Airbase Wing commander (center), and Lt. Col. Walter Bean, 628th ABW chaplain sign a Memorandum of Agreement here Sept. 21, 2016. The MOA establishes written guidelines between the Joint Base Chaplain's office and the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy. This organization provides emergency, crisis intervention and counseling services to local EMS, first responders and other local agencies. The Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy will collaborate with the JB Charleston Chaplain’s office as part of the chapel’s P4 initiatives. The program establishes local partnerships and bolsters networking and communications between religious officials across the lowcountry.