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Links to a number of very informative Web sites are on this page.  Just click on the Icon under the name  for instant access.


PTSD Coach – Information on PTSD, anxiety, depression and substance abuse with links to self-help mobile App.


 In & out Fitness – Provides high quality, innovative programs and opportunities to current and former service personnel and their families in order to overcome psychological, physical, and military-to-civilian transitioning adversities.


Australian Peacekeepers and Peacemakers Veterans’ Association (APPVA) – Provides a comprehensive service to current and ex-serving Defence and Police members covering all aspects of compensation.


Whisky’s Wish – A not for profit organisation that supplies  fully trained Post Traumatic Stress Disorder service dogs to ex-serving and transitioning ADF personnel.


Repatriation Medical Authority – Prepares legislation to reform the process of decision making about disease causation.


Department of Veterans’ Affairs –   Provides access to all available information released by the Department     


Australian Defence Force Assistance Trust – Provides Care and supports members of the ADF and their families suffering hardship and injury incurred in the service of the nation.




Australian Legal Information Institute – Resource of Australian and international legal materials, including a law specific search engine, links, Australian cases, law and other legal matters


Veterans Review Board – Independent tribunal established to review decisions made by the Repatriation Commission on claims for acceptance of injury or disease.


Training and Information Program (TIP) – Provides training and information for welfare and pensions officers who are volunteers working within ex-service organisations. TIP training is delivered to enable volunteers to provide the best possible advice to veterans and serving members of the defence forces seeking their services.