Chaplain Brenda K. Swartz

Meet Chaplain Brenda K. Swartz,
NCHV Chief of Staff

We welcome Brenda Swartz as the NCHV Chief of Staff.  It has clear God has prepared her for this role for decades. With years of U.S. Army Family Readiness experience,(helping military families navigate the toughest of times in war and peace), along with expertise in business administration, public speaking, and training both military and civilians; Brenda and her husband SFC(ret) Jay Swartz (Purple Heart, Bronze Star recipient) started Warrior Family Ministries in 2015, a non-profit providing hope for the families of our heroes. This includes Chaplain-led programs (over 200 highly trained Chaplains in the WFM network now)  and assistance to restore the family unit, providing free counseling and workforce solutions.  Already many experienced and motivated Chaplains from her WFM network are providing highly expert assistance to NCHV operations.

In her role as NCHV Chief of Staff, Brenda will provide overarching leadership to our staff and will apply her significant expertise to our finance, personnel, business, and Veteran engagement programs.  She will also leverage her extensive military and Veteran care network on behalf of the Veterans we serve.  For instance, Brenda serves on the Board of Advisors of the Armed Services Ministry of the American Bible Society.

NCHV is blessed to have such a talented and professional leader join our team.

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Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Outbound Assessments
  • Graduate Support Programs
  • Graduation

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NCHV partners with the best in industry and the best educators to help veterans develop the skills they need to transition successfully to civilian employment at ZERO cost to them.

Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Transition Preparation
  • Career Preparation

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Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Less Pain, Anger, Fatigue, Anxiety, and Depression.
  • More Forgiveness and Meaning
  • Better Social Participation and Connectedness
  • Quality of Life

“The hospital fixed my body, but REBOOT fixed my soul. REBOOT sought out and resued the man I once was.”

Trauma Healing For Everyone

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Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Preparing for the Storms of Life
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  • Bouncing Back
  • Navigating Adversity

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2 Corinthians 4:8-9

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Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Onboard & Familiarization
  • Inbound Assessments
  • Personal Development Plan

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