Veterans and Family Wellbeing
This page is for Veterans and their Family.
Who is a Veteran?
A Veteran is defined as a person who is serving or has served in the ADF. If you fit this definition then you are a Veteran. If you are a Veteran or a Family member of a Veteran and you need assistance then please complete the following Triage form. This webform will be sent automatically to a Network Duty Advocate.
Our objective is to provide the best possible support to Veterans and Families and the following information will help us support you effectively more quickly.
We also accept referrals from all organisations supporting Veterans and their Families.
After we receive your completed form we will contact you as soon as we can.
If you require immediate assistance then please contact:
- 24/7 Crisis service (PVA) – 1300 553 835
- Open Arms – Free counselling, treatment programs and suicide prevention training: 1800 011 046
- Lifeline – Crisis support and suicide prevention help: 13 11 14
- 1800RESPECT – Help for people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse: 1800 737 732
- ADF all hours support line – Helps ADF personnel and their Families access mental health services: 1800 628 036
As part of your Wellbeing Assessment we would like you to provide the Network with some Personal Details which will allow the Network to assist you. The first form is the Triage form.
The Triage form provides with information that allows the Network to make an immediate assessment of your wellbeing status. The results will direct our efforts in supporting you. Please use the eTriage form to make first contact with the Network.
Wellbeing Assessment Survey
After you have completed and submitted the Triage form, an Advocate will contact you over the phone or in person if you live on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. After that contact, the Advocate will ask you to complete our second form, your Wellbeing Assessment Survey.