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Tasmanian Feasibility Study for Veteran Wellbeing Services

This study aims explore the potential for Veteran Wellbeing Support Service(s) located in Tasmania. Veteran Wellbeing Support Service(s) will provide veterans and their families with greater access to health and wellbeing services and support in their local community. This study is being undertaken to seek the feedback and opinions of key stakeholders to inform future decisions about services delivery for veterans and their families in Tasmania. This project is funded by the Department of Veterans' Affairs and the Department of Communities Tasmania. The study objectives are:

  1. Gather service provider insights into the current service delivery environment and potential gaps in wellbeing services to veterans and their families, and where appropriate civilian first responders, in Tasmania,
  2. Identify needs of veterans and their family members, and how well these needs are being met in the current service environment, and
  3. Gather stakeholder feedback about the feasibility and acceptability of establishing an integrated, nationally connected veteran support service in Tasmania and identify areas of crossover for civilian first responders.

Thank you to those who participated, consultations have now finished

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Professor Christine Stirling, Ph: 03 62264678 or email