Vision

Life Line Chaplaincy's vision is to provide spiritual care for first responders and their families (of any faith or of no faith) in Fairfield County, CT, and Westchester County, NY, by helping them cope with the crises they face, resulting in a positive impact on their lives and their communities.

Life Line Chaplaincy, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation and is governed by a board of directors that reflects the highest standards of excellence in pastoral ministry, chaplaincy, not-for profit management, financial management, and business. Read more...

Why Chaplaincy?

First responders (police, firefighters and EMTs) constantly face extreme levels of personal danger.

Our first responders frequently deal with desperate, traumatic, and emotionally exhausting scenarios. They encounter the worst societal evils known to humanity on a daily basis.

Therefore, it is not surprising that statistics show our first responders are at the highest levels of risk for:

• Suicide
• Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
• Substance Abuse
• Divorce Read more...

Unique Value

Life Line Chaplaincy is INDEPENDENT — We receive no funding from and have no formal links to local, state or federal agencies. First responders need not fear that their personal and critical situations may somehow make it back to their employers.

Life Line Chaplaincy is FAITH ORIENTED — We are available to address the spiritual needs of those who acknowledge a spiritual need and request assistance.

Life Line Chaplaincy offers UNRESTRICTED ACCESS — We are available to people of all faiths or of no faith. Read more...

Life Line Chaplaincy is honored to be a national partner with Charter Communications in its Charter Our Community initiative.
To learn more, visit Building Community.
Our vision is to provide spiritual care for first responders and their families (of any faith, or of no faith) in Fairfield County, CT, and Westchester County, NY, by helping them cope with the crises they face, resulting in a positive impact on their lives and their communities.