National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program

The National School Chaplaincy program supports and assists young people in schools to build resilience and wellbeing.  This is done through various programs aimed to promote understanding of and gain self help skills in areas of mental health; drug and alcohol addiction; domestic violence; sexual and other forms of abuse; cyber bullying; unhealthy relationships etc.

At present CALM offers the National School Chaplaincy program at Swansea and Lake Macquarie High Schools;  and Cardiff North, Teralba, Blackalls Park and Booragul Public Schools.  If schools would like to change their current school provider to CALM could you please contact Sheena Harvey, CEO, Community Activities Lake Macquarie on (02) 49 503888 or

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