Rehab Management has strong partnerships with the following veteran community support groups:
Heroes on the Homefront
Heroes on the Homefront was set up initially to bring wounded veterans and their families together and break the isolation and loss of purpose that set in once leaving the Defence Force, it strives to enhance community and support within the ever increasing veteran suicide rate.
Heroes on the Homefront gives 100% of the money raised back to the Veteran community by way of events and activities for the whole family to enjoy. Learn More
Hearts 4 Heros
Hearts 4 Heros is a Not for Profit initiative set up by the family of a soldier that unfortunately lost his life on operations in Afghanistan. It started as an OP Shop with the intent to support the Veteran community and in particular Veterans and families down on their luck.
Hearts 4 Heros has grown rapidly to now consist of a shop front, a warehouse and shop and more recently a coffee shop. All money raised is given back to the Veteran and Emergency Service community through care packs, cook outs and programs.
Mates4Mates is a not for profit organisation supporting current and ex-serving Australian Defence Force members and their families who are wounded, injured or ill as a result of their service. They offer national and regional support services including physical rehabilitation, wellbeing, psychological and employment/education services as well as rehabilitation adventures challenges and social connection activities.
Australian Defence Force members can sign up as Mates to receive support and services. The organisation currently has 2,851 registered Mates and family members, has booked 4,700 psychology appointments, 13,000 physical rehabilitation and wellbeing service connections and has over 25,000 face-to-face contacts nationally.