PMA has over the year’s ministered in 40 states in the U.S., and 12 different counties, bringing the good news of the GOSPEL. It's imperative to us as an organization that God's WORD is being brought forth through our Chaplains and volunteers and its programs. With over 88 years of experience in Correctional Ministry PMA has seen first-hand the transformation of people’s lives change, from a criminal, drug abuser and violent person to law abiding citizens and productive members, back into society; some have even become chaplains. It’s imperative to us that we give our best to the facility and the inmate population.
Behavior in these areas: spiritual, moral and stability will help to ensure the success rate of individuals as productive members back into society. The correctional Chaplain is three fold: Security and Safety, is first and foremost the most important aspect of his/her role as a chaplain and its security; the second role, the chaplain must act as a liaison between staff personnel and volunteers, assuring all needs are met, from the correctional facility, to its inmate population and to the volunteers; thirdly, the chaplain must be a team player working alongside of staff personnel on a day to day operation. Duties of a Correctional Facility Chaplain include: