Veterans

If you're concerned about your health or wellbeing, AT-Ease can help you find self-help solutions to physical health concerns (including alcohol, smoking and sleeping issues), as well as mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and PTSD.

Professional medical help is also available through the Department of Veterans' Affairs to help resolve more complex or chronic physical and mental health issues.

 

Emergency

  • Call 000 if you or someone else is in danger

If you want to talk to someone

  • Call Open Arms - Veterans & Families Counselling on 1800 011 046 for free and confidential counselling 24/7.
  • ADF All Hours Support Line on 1800 628 036 if you are a currently serving member or their family member.

Recognise the signs

If you're worried about how you're feeling or behaving, self-help techniques can help get you back on track. Free counselling services are also available for veterans.

Thoughts and behaviours that are more than just a bad day

Take action

There are things you can do to help yourself, a mate or a loved one. We can also help you find professional support.

How to help yourself and others

Family and peers

Information and support services are available to help support your family during difficult times.

Services available to families of ex-serving members of the ADF

Open Arms

Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling (formerly VVCS) offers free and confidential counselling to veterans and their families.

Help is available 24/7. Call 1800 011 046.

MyService

Lodge a claim to DVA.

High Res

Build resilience to keep you strong.

The Right Mix

Alcohol affects lives in various ways. If you're concerned about alcohol consumption, we can help you can find a balance.