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2018 Grant Recipients

Congratulations to Professor Reg Nixon from Flinders University and Dr Dannielle Post from the University of South Australia on their successful grant applications. read more

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Research Paving the Road to Recovery – Thanks To You

Thanks to your support, we’re so proud to coordinate the Australian Centre of Excellence for Post-Traumatic Stress (ACEPTS), co-located with clinical care at the Jamie Larcombe Centre – a specialist hospital for service related Post-Traumatic Stress. read more

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Believing and Achieving for Emilea

After eight years in the Royal Australian Navy, Emilea Mysko faced a mental battle when she was medically discharged from service, leaving her feeling alone and isolated. Today she is gearing up for a different battle, competing in the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games, all possible thanks to your kind support. read more

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National Research Grants Open for Application

The Road Home 2018 Grant Round is now open for Expression of Interest Applications. For the first time, this grant round includes multi-year grants that are open to researchers across Australia to come to Adelaide and conduct their research at the Australian Centre of Excellence for Post-Traumatic Stress, co-located with the Jamie Larcombe Centre. read more

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Paving a Positive Pathway for our Servicemen and Women

Originally from the war-torn country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ms Suzana Freegard has seen firsthand the trauma and distress war and conflict has on people and is determined to help our servicemen and women through The Road Home’s Invictus Pathways Scholarship. read more

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The Road Home Art Exhibition has Launched!

The Road Home was thrilled to officially launch the inaugural Road Home Art Exhibition on Friday November 17 at Keswick Barracks. The launch brought together artists and their families, along with distinguished guests to unveil the incredible and insightful artworks of over 50 artists who were brave enough to share their work with the wider community. read more

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Research to support partners

Are you a partner of a contemporary veteran? We need your help! Funded by The Repat Foundation – The Road Home, Flinders University is conducting research with partners of contemporary veterans who have Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS). Very little is known about how spouses/partners experience daily life while providing support to a loved one who has been affected by trauma that has occurred as result of their work. read more

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Your Support is Helping Pave the Road Home

Thanks to your support, you are helping to pave the road home for our active and retired servicemen and women and also our emergency service personnel. Find out how 100% of your donations goes straight towards improving the health and wellbeing of our nation's heroes and their families. read more