Catholic Mutual Group
Catholic Mutual is pleased to announce a new and innovative way to connect our members to valuable risk management programs and online training. The new training provides risk management training such as:
- "CARES" Best Practices Library
- Safe Environment
- School Safety
- Preventative Maintenance
- Business of the Church
With the new training platform consistent information will be provided to all parishes and schools within CDOP and gives end-users the convenience of ONE area to complete all their training requirements.
CMGConnect Parents is a new online learning tool brought to you by Catholic Mutual Group. This is a FREE training platform that provides the missing piece to child protection programs. This site was designed to help parents be proactive protecting their children in today's digital world.
EFFECTIVE - this program is based on current information as well as proven studies.
EASY - it only takes 20 minutes for parents to watch the video, take a quiz, and print their certificate.
This program offers a new solution and resource to fight unhealthy internet usage. Go to www.CMGparent.org to set up a free account. For additional information or if you have any questions, please contact Melissa Block at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic Mutual Group was established as The Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America in 1889 by a group of Midwest Catholic bishops who were unable to obtain reasonably priced, reliable insurance on their churches. Catholic Mutual Group Offers comprehensive property, casualty and employee benefit packages and related services tailored to the specific needs for the Catholic Church in North America, currently serving more than 125 Diocese and Archdiocese and 200 Catholic religious orders and institutions in the U.S. and Canada.
As a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit that is part of the Catholic Church, we serve only Church-owned institutions and have no obligations to stockholders or a profit motive, only to the needs and mission of the Church. Our Board of Trustees consists exclusively of cardinals, archbishops, and bishops. It is our job to provide a stable environment for all our members, but it is our vocation to ensure that, in times of crises, our members are made whole.
Catholic Diocese of Peoria belongs to a self-insured fund referred to as the Catholic Umbrella Pool (CUP). The administration of CUP is under the direction of the member Dioceses of which CDOP is a participant. Catholic Mutual Group operates under the established CUP policies and protocols. Catholic Mutual Group’s service office operates under the established CUP policies and protocols and provides claim administration, risk management, and member service programs to Parishes, Schools, and Newman Centers throughout the Catholic Diocese of Peoria.
Examples of the services provided by the Peoria Service Office:
Claims Administration – adjusting property, liability, and workers’ compensation claims
Enterprise Risk Management – annual safety inspections of member locations, contract review, and provide church specific online training
Member Services – certificates of insurance, endorsements, and special event program