Welfare and Wellbeing Assistance

For any crisis, including medical emergencies call 000

Do you or one of your mates need a hand but you’re not too sure what help is available? Thankfully there is plenty of Help available. Our members recommend:

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Other help services Number to call About
Australian Defence Force All Hours Support Line 1800 628 036  The All-hours Support Line (ASL) is a confidential telephone service for ADF members and their families that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
VVCS – Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service
Department of Veteran's Affairs - Australia
DVA - At Ease Mental Health
Training and Information Program (TIP)
1800 011 046 A specialised, free and confidential counselling service for Australian veterans, peacekeepers and their families, available 24 hours, seven days a week.
 Lifeline 13 11 14  An Australian counselling service that respects everyone’s right to be heard, understood and cared for.
 National domestic violence  hotline 1800 200 526 This hotline is available 24hrs and guarantees a confidential discussion with an experienced counsellor  for anyone experiencing violence.
 Defence: National Welfare Coordination Centre  1800 801 026  Providing 24/7 support and information for Defence families
RSL of WA Advocacy Assistance  08 9287 3799 Advocacy is the act of making representations on behalf of others to ensure that they receive a fair hearing of their case or an outcome they seek. In the context of the RSL this means providing support to veterans who are seeking entitlements, based on their service, from the Department of Veteran Affairs. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
RSL of WA Welfare Support  08 9287 3799 RSLWA Welfare provides a full range of welfare services to the veteran community including allied, currently serving members and their dependants. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Support, Health & Well-being Sites

Bravery Trust
Beyond Blue
Black Dog Institute
Defence Families of Australia
Legacy
Young Diggers
RSL Care
Reach Out
Sane Australia
Suicide Line
WACOSS

   
 
Adventure / Challenge
Adventure Kokoda Treks
Soldier On
   
MEENTHEENA - Veterans Retreats of Western Australia Incorporated 0417 183 871 [Secretary] Meentheena Veterans Retreat is dedicated to those who have served in the Australian military forces, as well as para-military veterans who have served in peace-keeping roles, police, fire and rescue, ambulance officers and state emergency service volunteers.
Defence Transition Support Services
Defence Community Organisation
1800 624 608 For more advice on your transition to civilian life, contact the all-hours Defence Family Helpline.
Defence Force Welfare Association (02) 6265 9530
0438 282 284
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 0900 to 1630 hrs
 
Ex-Service Sites

Army Apprentices Association

Injured Service Persons Association - peacetime injuries


Partners of Vets Association

RSL National Headquarters

   

 

You can contact the RAEME Association of WA Welfare Officer by going to the "Contact Us" tab and selecting "Welfare" from the Email Recipient list or call someone on the committee