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Hillsborough County Chapter

Since January 2017, multitudes of events have been conducted that impacted the lives of our First Responders and Military Veterans throughout the Hillsborough County area. The list below are some of the highlights from these incredible three years. The list include opportunities to train, mentor, speak, and provide a ministry of presence through visitation at work, home and the hospital. 

Pinellas County Chapter

The C2 Pinellas Chapter began in OCT 2020 and has already impacted the lives of the Largo Fire Department. From OCT to Dec, 2020, Chaplain Will Murphy, the C2 Chapter Director and CH Dan Horne, the newest C2 Chaplain, have ministered to over 250 Fire Rescue personnel, helped to support 9 First Responder Events, and have completed over 100 hours of personal development training to include the Chaplaincy Care Academy 101-301, Behavior Health Foundations, SAF-T training and CVI Program.

Hillsborough County Chapter

Monthly Report

JANUARY

We started this 2021 year out running fast in serving our First Responders. Here are some of the events Chaplaincy Care invested time and energy into for January:

Chaplaincy Care Services:

  • 2 BIONIC events that impacted FBI and Operation Restore
  • LEO Appreciation Day Lunch
  • 4 Funerals and ministry for HCSO Officer, Brian LaVine family
  • Operation Restore 3 ½ day conference with Backpack/Coin presentation
  • 2 Core Value Index organizational trainings
  • Quilt of Valor Ceremony and Coin Presentation
  • Partnership with PCFR for Med. Retirement Ceremony- Jimmy Riley

Chaplaincy Care held their annual training and Vision Banquet on 16 January. The training provided an overview of the Core Value Index program now used by C2 Chaplains to assist First Responders in the various areas of relationships, resiliency, and trauma clearing. The vision for C2 for 2021 is to grow the Chaplaincy Corps for the HCPS-Security, enhance the CVI training platform, and to increase our impacts for the Military, both active duty and retired.


From JAN 1-31, the continual “ministry of Presence” of C2 was expressed in:

  • 22 Sites visit (HCSO, HCFR, PCFR, HCPS-S, FBI-Tampa)
  • 21 Events (Trainings, BIONIC events, Ceremonies, Funerals, Ministry events)
  • 39 mentorship/Life Coaching sessions
  • C2 Chaplains Report: 8 sites, 2 event, 7 M/C sessions
  • Total Impacts: 30 sites, 23 Events, 46 M/LC sessions

Chaplaincy Care Counseling Center (C4)

We continue to move forward in the 3 to 5-year plan of development and resourcing for the C2 Counseling Center. C4 is excited to have our newest member of the team, Lee West, come on as an additional counselor for our heroes and their families. He will begin seeing clients in February.


Chaplaincy Care Academy

The primary thrust for 2021 is to train and build a proactive and progressive C2 Chaplain’s corps. The main concentration will be with HCPS-Security Chaplains and Largo Fire Rescue Chaplains. There were 6 CH 101 student for this month and 3 CH 201 students.


Closing Thought: We are charting new territory for CVI training and Veteran’s impacts. The next steps for Operation Restore to impact 2 counties is underway. God is opening doors in an amazing way. Please pray for wisdom and financial resources.

Dr. (Chaplain) Daniel Middlebrooks

Founder/CEO

Pinellas County Chapter

Monthly Report

JANUARY

Since the establishment of the Chaplaincy Care Pinellas Chapter, the ministry or presence and impact has increased in an amazing way.


Chaplaincy Services

  • Facilitate First Friday Breakfast for Mid Pinellas County
  • Encouragement and mentorship for Largo’s second Chaplain
  • Begin Monday Phone Meetings with Chaplain Horne
  • Begin Wednesday Station Visits to All Largo Fire Stations
  • Chaplaincy Reach out to Retirees and visit Fire Administration Assorted Family Issues, Illness and deaths
  • Meet with Chiefs Johnson and Sands for Behavioral Wellness Meet with Dr Benson to provide meeting for Peer Support Oversite and Comprehensive Behavioral Wellness Program
  • Assist with Operation Restores Traumatic Stress Retreat

From January 1-31, the continual “ministry of Presence” of C2 was expressed in:

  • 25 Station Visits
  • 10 Peer Support contacts
  • 4 BreakfastS
  • Provide Chaplaincy and Peer Support for Largo Police Officer Suicide
  • 2 Funerals
  • Meet With Manatee County Chaplains 

Professional Development

  • Completed Core Value Index Training
  • Attended Pinellas County Chaplain Zoom
  • Attended the Florida Firefighter Safety and Health Collaborative Peer Support Meeting

Thank you for allowing me to “Serve and Protect” the Heart's of Our Heroes.

Chaplain Will Murphy

C2 Chapter Director, Pinellas

Previous Reports

2020 December

Previous Reports

2020 December

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