Veterans

 

Reaching out to others is not a sign of weakness. You are not alone. There are others going through the same thing.

Help is out there. And help can make a difference.

Emergency

  • Call 000 if you or someone else is in danger

If you want to talk to someone

Join veteran health week 2018

DVA will partner with ex-service organisations and community groups to organise and participate in fun events that highlight the importance of improving and maintaining good health.

Join a local event in your area

Recognise the signs

If you're worried about how you're feeling or behaving, you can use self-help techniques to get back on track.

Thoughts and behaviours that mean more than just a bad day

Take action

There are things you can do to help yourself or a mate. If the situation needs it, you can find a professional.

How to help yourself and others

Family and peers

Information and services are available to help support your family.

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.

MyService

Lodge a claim to DVA.

High Res

Build resilience to keep you strong.

The Right Mix

Alcohol affects lives in various ways. But you can find a balance.