Acts of Compassion Ministries Chaplains for Christ Interfaith is a committee on chaplaincy. The purpose  is to coordinate and support religious community through chaplaincy service. Acts of Compassion Chaplains believe that anyone can develop an interfaith sensibility this  does not mean  letting go of your own believes, but treating everyone with dignity and support them in the time of their needs, e.g. to visit them in prison or in hospitals or other places in the community. The work of our interfaith chaplains in our group is not to label anyone names but to help them without even asking which religion they follow. We also offer  chaplains training programme and [c.s.c] chaplains training programmes.

These are the Standard of Practice

Section 1: Chaplaincy Care with Patients and Families

Standard 1: Assessment: The chaplain gathers and evaluates relevant data pertinent to the patient’s situation and/or bio-psycho-social-spiritual/religious health.

Standard 2: Delivery of Care: The chaplain develops and implements a plan of care.

Standard 3: Documentation of Care: The chaplain enters information into the patient’s medical record that is relevant to the patient’s medical, psychosocial, and spiritual/religious goals of care.

Standard 4: Teamwork and Collaboration: The chaplain actively and clearly collaborates with the organization’s interdisciplinary care team.

Standard 5: Ethical Practice: The chaplain adheres to the Common Code of Ethics,which guides decision making and professional behavior.