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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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Not one more.

You may have heard this phrase before. You may have thought it as you read of another veteran who took their own life, succumbing to their injuries of service. 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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From Beating Cancer to Competing in the Invictus Games

Less than three years ago Wade Roberts’ life was turned upside down when he found himself facing one of the toughest challenges of his life – bowel cancer. Today, Wade is the fittest he has ever been, training for the upcoming Invictus Games in Toronto this September. read more

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The Road Home Donor Morning Tea

On Thursday June 22, we were delighted to host a morning tea for a small group of our wonderful donor community at Torrens Parade Ground. The event provided an opportunity to keep our donors informed on how their ongoing support of The Road Home is helping to improve health and wellbeing for our veterans, emergency service personnel and their families. read more

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Paving the Road Home

We are committed to continuing to raise community awareness and funds to support health and wellbeing research, projects and programs into the health and wellbeing of our nations heroes – the men and women who put themselves in harm’s way to protect us. read more