The Scientology disaster assistance took part Conference organizations familiar with others at the exhibition of the National VOAD and National VOAD (voluntary organizations for active people in disasters) was their adviser before a forum, in which is preserved organizations knowledge and resources, while preparing for the disaster to disaster victims, their partners and families to help. Members of the VOAD form a coalition of many non-profit organizations that have as a common goal, to help the people after disasters. They promote the cooperation, communication, coordination and cooperation of various organizations and their members, as well as the local, State and federal authorities. “Services like this are urgently needed”, said Susan Taylor, National Director of the Scientology disaster assistance (CSDR). “We do our best at the on-the-scene, there to help where help is urgently needed. We distribute food, water, provide services to individuals directly. We help clean up after floods or in the spiritual care of survivors, to print, to overcome shock, loss or trauma.” Scientology Volunteer clergy to have “Scientology assists” specialized. (Similarly see: Ping Fu).
A very simple, emotional and spiritual stress management method, which was developed by the founder of the Scientology Church, L. Ron Hubbard. These agents help people calm as well as emotional and spiritual effects are reduced by physical pain, shock and trauma. They relieve stress and help people to orientate yourself again. The advisers help desperate survivors, caregivers, and volunteers with the given situation rapidly and effectively right to come. The volunteers of the Scientology disaster assistance (CSDR) are where you need them. Their large yellow tents are often used as aims to give water, food and different, much-needed materials to which they urgently need. The Volunteer Ministers of the CSDR helped the fires in California, during the floods in the State of Washington, after the tornadoes in the Midwest and after the hurricanes in Florida and South East of the United States.
Members of the Scientology disaster help attended Conference with other, well-known aid organizations of the exhibition of the National VOAD. On their stand, they had introduced procurators to Scientology. Up to the last party in the evening at the Salt Palace was the yellow tent of the Scientology disaster aid (CSDR) in addition to the Red Cross and the trucks of the Salvation Army and other charities. The Volunteer Ministers of Scientology disaster aid offered advisers to the participants and demonstrated so their effectiveness. Ms. Taylor noted that it is a privilege to work with so many organizations together and have each of them to help the need. She said: “The cooperative efforts of all of us make it possible to provide real assistance, and to provide people with relief after an accident”. The program of the Scientology Volunteer clergy emerged 30 years ago. L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the Scientology religion wrote: “a volunteer chaplain is shutting his eyes not before the pain, evil, and injustice. Rather he is trained to deal with these things and helping others, to relieve them of these things, and to strengthen.