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.
Information on treating veterans during the three day lockdown affecting greater Brisbane.
The Government has announced the extension of temporary COVID-19 health arrangements until 30 June 2021.
The Department of Veterans’ Affairs is making it easier for health providers to comply with our program arrangements with a new suite of helpful webpages, and to remind you to protect your provider number.
COVID-19 arrangements for our clients during the pandemic, including vaccinations.
There are some key things you need to know about administering the COVID-19 vaccine to DVA clients.
General Practitioners (GPs) and Allied Health Providers are invited to participate in the evaluation of DVA’s treatment cycle arrangements.
Operated by new staff, the Veterans’ Affairs Pharmaceutical Advisory Centre’s (VAPAC) quality of service will remain the same.
Information on treating veterans during the five day lockdown across Victoria.
Information for health providers on treating veterans during the five-day lockdown in specific regions of Western Australia.
The provision of allied health services, including mental health services, to DVA clients residing in aged care facilities, has been increased until 30 June-2022, in response to the Royal Commission into Aged Care’s recommendations on COVID-19.