You can help deliver help, hope and healing to those who affected by a disaster.

Ministering in the wake of a disaster can be an emotionally, physically and spiritually draining experience. That’s why it requires specialized training so you can best serve others and share the hope of Christ. The classes help volunteers understand how disaster relief teams work, teach critical skills and build fellowship amongst the group.

 

Follow these three easy steps to serve: 

Complete the Disaster Relief Orientation course. All Texans on Mission Disaster Relief volunteers are required to take this introductory training course, which provides the basic foundation of disaster relief ministry as well as a background check. Completion of this course earns you a badge, your ticket to serve on a variety of relief teams such as mass feeding, chainsaw, mud out and box distribution to name a few. You can earn all the training you need in 24 hours during a TBM Disaster Relief Orientation Weekend.


Connect with your coordinator. During the orientation, you’ll discover who your area coordinator is. That person will be important to know because they’ll help you know when teams are activated and deployed for service.
 


Inform your coordinator when you can serve. When a disaster strikes, let your coordinator know if you’re available to serve. If your team is called to serve, the coordinator very well could call you to respond.

 

Training options:

 


Online

 

In Person

Start your training by enrolling in an in-person class below:

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Disaster Relief Orientation & Specialty Training Weekend: Midlothian

Disaster Relief Orientation & Specialty Training Weekend: Midlothian

This is where Texans on Mission (TBM) Disaster Relief training begins. It includes an introduction and overview of Texans on Mission... read more

Start your training by enrolling in an online class below:

Orientation

  • Disaster Relief Orientation: This is where Texans on Mission Disaster Relief training begins. All Texans on Mission Disaster Relief volunteers must complete this training as well as a background check in order to serve. This class provides the fundamentals for serving in the wake of disasters. Click here to begin.

Specialty Trainings

All participants must have first taken the orientation class.

  • Food Handling Training: A warm meal warms the soul after a disaster. You can provide that critical meal through Texans on Mission feeding teams. Click here to begin.
  • Fire and Flood Recovery Training: Fires and floods can ruin everything a person owns in a few short hours. Learn how you can deliver help, hope and healing after these disasters. Click here to begin.
  • Box Unit Training: When people lose everything in a disaster, they will begin the painful process of trying to salvage their items. Through Texans on Mission box ministry, you can walk alongside them in that process. Click here to begin.
  • Shower/Laundry Training: After a disaster, a hot shower and clean laundry are an immense blessing. You can provide that through Texans on Mission shower/laundry teams. Click here to begin.
  • Rebuild Training: This course empowers you to rebuild homes after disasters. Click here to begin.