The American Community
Chaplain Corps (AC3)
American Community Chaplain (AC3)
Fayetteville- Raleigh, NC
Mission: To provide humanitarian and Spiritual (health care) across the continuum of care. To aid and assist anyone, anywhere, with Spiritual Care services. When people’s lives are affected by a crisis, disaster, loss of life (family, friend, loved one), illness in health, and any other tragedy that life brings… we are there to provide the holistic care needed across the continuum of care. We are especially proud to provide services to our Youth, Military Members, Veterans, First Responders, and their families as well.
What is Spiritual (Health) Care?
Spiritual Health Care is a systematic methodology of care given to help people find meaning and purpose and to help them to make moral decisions and act ethically while improving their morale. Spiritual health care is provided across the continuum of care… In other words, it doesn’t stop once a person is well in one area of their life, it continues to see them improve holistically, across the continuum of care.
J J Henry - Fit Factory Owner/ Coach/ Trainer
Pastor Anthony - Team Chaplain
Spiritual Care services: Given to anyone who wants to improve one’s Morality or Moral Character, Morale and Coping Skills to reduce stress and improve one’s quality of life when dealing with life’s experiences.
What is Spiritual Health?
Spiritual Health is the disposition of one’s spirit as it relates to Moral Character, Morale, and Coping Skills inherent to life’s experiences. The way in which one assigns meaning to an event or an experience; the way in which one makes decisions morally and behave ethically; the level of one’s morale.
What does it mean to be Spiritual?
To be spiritual literally means “to breathe” or to live”. We go beyond this basic definition to say that being “spiritual” is the way one finds meaning and purpose in life and how it enables them to make moral and ethical decisions to improve their morale.
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- CARE PROVIDERS -
Phil Anthony provides professional counseling service and advice to individuals and family members dealing with drug addiction and drug habits, to include chemical and prescription drug abuse of all types. He can also help to arrange counseling, treatment, including inpatient and outpatient treatment services. He brings over 30 years of experience in these fields and more through his service with local government and the private health industry. Phil provides instructional classes, training, follow up counsel, orders lab testing and supervised guidance to referred clients and the general public. He is a credentialed professional with a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor LCDC).
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