Although awareness about mental health issues is increasing within society, stigma about seeking help and going to see a Psychologist still remains. This can act as a barrier to people reaching out for support when they may need it Continue reading →
“My transition experience made me realise there are so many opportunities out there, and I have so many valuable skills from Defence which are transferrable to the corporate world, it just takes some assistance to find where your strengths and Continue reading →
At Soldier On, we continue to adapt to meet the needs of veterans and families. This means providing services for the entire family, in areas that truly support connection with the greater community, Continue reading →
Soldier On places a great deal of emphasis on social connections as a cornerstone of good mental health. Our experience shows that building supportive social networks promotes the best outcomes for our participants and their families. However, it might not Continue reading →
Five years ago today, in a tent pitched on the burned-down grounds of the Canberra Services Club, Soldier On was officially launched. In attendance was former Chief of Army, LTGEN Peter Leahy AC (Ret’d), who today is the chairman of Continue reading →
This Anzac Day, as you honour the memory and sacrifice of the brave men and women who have served our country, please dig deep and support our modern-day veterans and their families by donating to Soldier On.