Information and resources for health professionals

At-Ease provides information and resources for health professionals treating veterans with common mental health disorders
Recommended treatment for common mental health issues specific to veterans.
Improve your understanding of the veteran experience and common mental health issues. Access professional development opportunities via webinars, courses and programs.
DVA has funded the development of a specifically designed screening tool to help GPs identify and diagnose the early onset of physical and/or mental health problems among former serving ADF members.
DVA has collaborated with the Mental Health Professionals Network to develop a series of free webinars designed to help clinicians better support the mental health needs of veterans. Each webinar will involve a number of Australian and international experts and participants will have the opportunity to pose questions to the panellists.
Defence personnel are regularly put in harm's way and can be exposed to traumatic situations. A range of resources are provided to understand the veteran experience, and the effect on families

Client resources

Information and web resources that may be useful when working with veterans who are experiencing symptoms of common mental health problems

Provider support

If you are a health provider seeking support, contact the DVA provider line for assistance on service offerings, or The Centenary of ANZAC Centre for free case guidance & support (Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm (AEST))

Mobile apps and treatment

AT-Ease supports a range of ehealth apps for client use in partnership with clinicians
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Understand how alcohol impacts your life. This site has tips, tools and strategies to reduce the impact of drinking.
Suicide touches the lives of many people. Help is available and suicide can be prevented if we are aware of the warning signs.
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SMART resilience building tools and training to help you stay on top of your game.
This app can help you learn about and manage symptoms that commonly occur after trauma.