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Living with a Silent Enemy for Over 40 Years

Vietnam veteran David Lynch’s world came crashing down when he was diagnosed with delayed-onset Post-Traumatic Stress and thanks to The Repat Foundation – The Road Home art therapy program, he has found hope at a second chance at life. With your continuous support, we can give people like David the same hope that they can overcome this silent injury. read more

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“Knowledge is Power”

Passionate advocate for our veteran and emergency service personnel suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress, Professor Sandy McFarlane, Director of The University of Adelaide’s Centre for Traumatic Stress Studies (CTSS), is doing all he can to help those suffering from this silent injury – and you can too. read more

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2017 ANZAC Commemorative Cocktail Evening

The annual ANZAC Commemorative Cocktail Evening was a wonderful night to commemorate our national day of remembrance and recognise those who fought for our freedom and remembering the sacrifices made by veterans and their families in times of war. The event also importantly helped raise vital funds to support their health and wellbeing. read more

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Supporting Partners of Post-Traumatic Stress Sufferers

“I come from a family of first responders so I know and have seen Post-Traumatic Stress and the impact it has on people and their loved ones," Professor Sharon Lawn is passionate about research focusing on the impact Post-Traumatic Stress has on partners of contemporary veterans and emergency service personnel. read more