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Australian Military Transition Study

This study will explore how activities completed as part of daily life influence health and well-being during the transition from military service to civilian life. Findings will be used to inform the development of activity-based strategies, which can be implemented by current  and former service members, their families, and government and non-government (ex-service) organisations to…

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Latest Newsletter

This March 2019 Newsletter from the Acting President includes articles on: Sub-Branch Conference; Advocacy; Commemoration; Regeneration of the Repat; Sub-Branches; ANZAC Ball. Click here to view

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Remembrance 2018 – State Hansard

On 7th November 2018 the South Australian House of Assembly passed a motion regarding World War One veterans and acknowledging the roles of organisations, including the RSL, who support those who have served. Click here to view the covering letter, extract of Votings and Proceedings and Hansard.

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AFTER HOURS CARE

RSL SA recognises that veteran care is often needed out of business hours and provide this list of agencies and contacts that may offer assistance when we are unavailable. AFTER HOURS CARE Veterans Mental Health issues take various forms – confusion, dementia, suicide threat, anxiety, aggression. There are varying degrees of resolution – GP through…

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December Signal

Thanks to the efforts of volunteer Editor, Peter Hancock CSC, view the latest Signal in digital version or download as a printable pdf with this link: http://rslsathesignal.wixsite.com/thesignal/magazine

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Premier’s ANZAC SPIRIT School Prize

2019 Premier’s ANZAC SPIRIT School Prize. The competition provides the opportunity for young South Australians to examine and empathise with the remarkable sacrifices of South Australian service men and women during the 20th century. Selected students will be invited to take part in a 14 day escorted tour of Vietnam. Information and application details: http://bit.ly/2rcKHYV

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OPERATION K9 ASSISTANCE DOG PROGRAM

Operation K9 is a joint program provided by the Royal Society for the Blind and the Returned & Services League South Australia. Operation K9 assistance dogs are provided to eligible veterans of the Australian Defence Force who have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress. An Assistance (or Service) Dog is any dog that is individually…

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OPEN ARMS 24/7 SUPPORT

Open Arms is here 24/7 to support current and ex-serving veterans and families with free and confidential counselling and group programs. If you need help to rebuild your mental fitness call 1800 011 046. Check out the website http://www.OpenArms.gov.au

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IF IT DOESN’T ADD UP, SPEAK UP

The National Security Hotline 1800 123 400 is a vital component of Australia’s national counter-terrorism efforts. The nature of terrorism is changing, with callers providing information on the use of websites or social media platforms promoting violent extremist ideology, suspicious travel planning, and reports from people concerned that someone they know is becoming radicalised towards violent extremism. Even if…

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Centenary of Armistice Service

View the Adelaide Centenary of Armistice Service conducted at the South Australian National War Memorial on 11th November 2018 https://youtu.be/dGPs9fBuYqw

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