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Media Release – Minister Keogh – Caboolture Veterans’ and Families Hub Now Open

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THE HON MATT KEOGH MP

MINISTER FOR VETERANS’ AFFAIRS

MINISTER FOR DEFENCE PERSONNEL

MEDIA RELEASE

11 October 2023

CABOOLTURE VETERANS' AND FAMILIES' HUB NOW OPEN

The veteran community in Brisbane’s northern suburbs will now have access to co-ordinated services and supports, following the opening of the Lives Lived Well Veterans’ and Families’ Hub in Caboolture.

With 40 years of experience in providing mental health and wellbeing support, Lives Lived Well will bring an expert perspective to supporting the wellbeing of the Australian veteran community.

Lives Lived Well has partnered with the Vietnam Veterans’ Association of Australia (Queensland Branch), alongside other ex-service organisations and key agencies to provide wrap around support for veterans and their families at the Caboolture Hub.

The Hub will be a one stop shop for veterans and families, providing support for employment, housing, transition, advocacy, mental health, wellbeing and counselling services.

The Hub is open to all current and former serving Australian Defence Force members, including reservists, and their families.

The Caboolture Veterans’ and Families’ Hub is part of the Government’s $46.7 million commitment to deliver ten Veterans’ and Families’ Hubs across the country.

For more information about the Veterans’ and Families’ Hubs, visit www.dva.gov.au/vfhubs

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DVA Media: media.team@dva.gov.au 

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