The Registered Director is the person responsible for the implementation and the on-going growth of Rainbows in a particular region.
A Registered Director must have a comprehensive understanding of the philosophy, purpose and objectives of the Rainbows organisation. She/he is the liaison between their country/region/city and Rainbows International Headquarters; reporting directly to the Director of Chapter Management.
The Registered Director shall:
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- Read the book: Healing the Hurt, Restoring the Hope by Suzy Yehl Marta, SawRobin Press, 2006
- Complete Registered Director Training to receive accreditation.
- Attend Registered Director Enrichment Conference (for renewal of accreditation every 3 years;)
- Establish new Registered Rainbows Sites to increase the availability of services.
- Organize, present, and provide facilitator training in Rainbows’ philosophy and methodology as outlined in the Registered Director’s Procedure Manual.
- Take appropriate action to further the objectives and mission of Rainbows, consistent with Rainbows philosophy, such as:
- Provide information sessions for business, educators, parents, and students, clergy and religious leaders, to build awareness of the need for grief recovery assistance.
- Informing area schools, faith communities, hospitals and agencies of the accessibility of Rainbows support; sharing its purpose and results.
- Execute marketing letters, follow‑up telephone calls, and personal visits.
- Encouraging and pursuing coverage about Rainbows by local media outlets.