Information if you're affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).
These services are confidential and available 24 hours a day.
If life is in danger, call 000.
Free counselling, treatment programs and suicide prevention training.
1800 011 046
Helps ADF personnel and their families access mental health services.
1800 628 036
Crisis support and suicide prevention help.
13 11 14
Help for people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse.
1800 737 732
You can access a range of DVA services online.
MyAccount enables you to access many Department of Veterans' Affairs' services online.
DVA Online Services modernises transactions for service providers such as transport bookings and invoicing.
If you disagree with what we decide, you can appeal and ask us to review your claim.
You can talk with us or an ex-service organisation if you do not understand what your letter says
You can ask us to review decisions about service related injuries or conditions or Disability Pension claims
You can ask us to review decisions about claims for Permanent Impairment or Incapacity Payment compensation
You can ask us to review decisions about Income Support, including Qualifying Service, Service Pension, Veteran Payment
Before you ask for a review, find out which legislation applies to your case
There are 3 main ways to review these decisions
You can ask this expert panel to review and change some decisions that we have made
What happens after you apply for a review under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation (Defence-related Claims) Act 1988 (DRCA)
If you are not happy with the result of a review, you can ask the AAT to review it
How to apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), and who can help you when you get there
You can ask this review body to look over a decision under the VEA, the DRCA or the MRCA