Reviewed by Chaplain (Colonel) David Reese, Director, Ethical Development, US Army War College and former Director of Soldier and Family Ministries, Office of the Chief of Chaplains.
What does OCCH stand for?
OCCH stands for Office of the Chief of Chaplains
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of OCCH
We have 4 other meanings of OCCH in our Acronym Attic
- Osservatorio Critico Sulla Consulenza Filosofica (Italian: Observatory on Critical Philosophical Consulting)
- Otsego County Community Foundation (Gaylord, MI)
- Outreach Center of Central Florida
- Oversight Committee on Corruption and Fraud (various organizations)
- Oxford Centre for Computational Finance (now Mathematical and Computational Finance Group; UK)
- Office of Commissioned Corps Force Management (US CDC)
- Ocean Color Coordinating Group (US NASA)
- Orange County Container Group (City of Industry, California)
- Old Catholic Church of Great Britain
- Orange County California Genealogical Society
- Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (est. 1989)
- Oxford and Cambridge Careers Handbook (UK)
- Ontario Council on Community Health Accreditation (Canada)
- Organizacion Civica y Cultural Hispana Americana, Inc. (Spanish: Hispanic-American Civic and Cultural Organization; Youngstown, OH; est. 1972)
- Orange County Community Housing Corporation (Santa Ana, CA)
- Otero County Community Health Council (est. 1996; New Mexico)
- Oklahoma City County Health Department
- Onondaga Community College Housing Development Corporation (New York)
- Obion County Central High School (Troy, TN)
- Old Colorado City Historical Society (Colorado)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Frederich, family ministries officer at the Office of the Chief of Chaplains.
Army's Office of the Chief of Chaplains, 80 per cent of those serving in the U.
During World War II congregants Armywide found solace in chapels, said COL Gary Councell of the Office of the Chief of Chaplains.