Improving the mental health of veterans

The Centenary of Anzac Centre comprises a Treatment Research Collaboration and a Practitioner Support Service. Through the integrated work of these two components, it will ensure better treatments and improved lives for Australia’s veterans and military personnel and their families.

The Anzac Centre brings together researchers, clinicians, ex-service organisations, and agencies caring for veterans in order to establish and promote a veteran mental health network.


The Centenary of Anzac Centre will provide national leadership in improving mental health care for veterans. Through a collaborative approach, it will produce innovations in evidence-based treatments and will support practitioners to provide the best possible care. Veterans and their families will benefit enormously.

Air Chief Marshal

Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d)


Expert guidance and support for practitioners working with veterans with mental health issues

Treatment Research Collaboration

Pioneering research into PTSD and other military-related mental health problems

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VCSNB Framework project Anzac Centre

Guiding veteran organisations to support their volunteers

Across the community volunteers provide vital support to people in a myriad of ways, and it’s no different within the veteran community. Veteran organisations often rely on volunteers to support their mission, with their work often supporting the wellbeing of veterans and their families either directly or indirectly.

Learning from veterans about successful ageing

Successful ageing emphasises a diversity of positive conditions during older age, such as physical fitness and health, optimal cognitive functioning, positive emotional states, and social involvement. An ongoing investigation with…

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