Young Life Australia has been a National Chaplaincy Program provider since 2007 when the program was introduced.
Young Life assists schools in finding the right Chaplain or Student Wellbeing Support Worker to meet the school’s vision for the wellbeing of their school community.
Chaplains and Student Wellbeing Workers seek to uphold the welfare component of school life by providing holistic care and support to students, staff and parents and complement other support services such as counselling to address emotional and mental health, and student engagement in the school environment.
These roles provide an additional adult role model in schools and operate with an open-door policy; they are there to be available for students and other members of the school community.
Our programs include community-based youth clubs, camps for students in Grades 5 – 12, breakfast programs and mentoring in schools. We are proud to partner with schools through the Chaplaincy and Student Wellbeing program.