The information line will be closed on Monday 2 October for the public holiday in Queensland.
We support First Nations ADF members, veterans and their families to share their stories with the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.
We are a free service that can give you information and confidential legal advice.
We are independent of government, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, the Royal Commission and the Defence Force.
We can help you prepare a submission or prepare for a private session with a Royal Commissioner.
To have a yarn with our First Nations staff, call our Infoline on 1800 33 1800 and ask to speak with Maureen or Tanya.
Published date: 10 May 2023 | Resource type: Fact sheetPoster
This A3 poster is recommended for print purposes.
Published date: 10 May 2023 | Resource type: Brochure
This brochure outlines who we are, what we do and how we can help members of the defence and veteran community safely share their experiences with the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.
Published date: 16 May 2023 | Resource type: AudioPodcast
His career as a gunner started in 1974 in the Army Reserve, when he and his brother took their enlistment letters to the Kelvin Grove Barracks in Brisbane, until reaching his compulsory retiring Age in 2018.
Published date: 05 June 2023 | Resource type: AudioPodcast
Jane Inglis suffered physical and mental injuries, as well as two sexual assaults, during her time in the military. After she discharged on medical grounds, she felt like she was left to fend for herself.
Published date: 10 May 2023 | Resource type: Fact sheet
This fact sheet is about the ways we can help you share your experience and recommendations with the Royal Commission.
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