"A Volunteer Minister is a person who helps his fellow man on a volunteer basis by restoring purpose, truth and spiritual values to the lives of others." — L. Ron Hubbard
The last decade has been one of the most turbulent in our history. Opposing ideologies, violent revolutions and a frail socioeconomic structure have subjected more than one-third of the world’s population to oppression, poverty and brutal human rights violations. Terrorism rips at the very fabric of society, propagating a mindset governed by hysteria, fear and anxiety.
However, emotional stress doesn’t halt at the borders of war-ravaged nations. Right at home the epidemics multiply—from drug abuse, delinquency and broken homes, to illiteracy, unemployment and the stress these problems all generate. Under these conditions, civic administrators and human services personnel bear a tremendous burden.
But there are answers, real ones that work. Delivered by Scientology Volunteer Ministers whenever and wherever needed with remarkable results. These answers come from the greater body of Scientology technology and are intended for people of all beliefs. In fact, anyone of any belief can become a Volunteer Minister.
Over 87,000 strong and spanning every continent of Earth, Scientology Volunteer Ministers work directly with community leaders, officials, support personnel and citizens to bring order and real help in the face of any disaster. And because the last decade has been one of extreme turmoil, the demand for help has never been greater.
When disaster strikes, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers are among the first to arrive. Trained to respond to emergency situations, they provide whatever is needed to immediately alleviate suffering and bring order quickly. And because the technology they apply is simple and effective, they quickly train others so they too can provide help.
In the last year alone the Scientology Volunteer Ministers have given real help to 1.6 million people from all walks of life and in 114 countries. That is why Scientology Volunteer Ministers live by the motto:
Something Can Be Done About It.