There's still time to complete the Transition Survey! We want to hear from you!
DVA is keen to hear from as many veterans as possible who have separated or transferred from the ADF permanent forces since 1 January 2020. The online survey of transition services and supports provided by DVA and Defence has been extended to Sunday 3 December 2023
The feedback captured through the survey will provide useful insights to identify areas of strength and areas for improvement and help ensure that the suite of transition services and support provided by DVA and Defence meet the needs of veterans and their families.
So, why do we just want feedback from veterans who separated or transferred from 1 January 2020 onwards? There has recently been a range of new and improved supports and services introduced and we need an in-depth understanding of contemporary transitioning ADF members’ awareness and uptake of the broad range of support services available to them across both Departments.
You may receive an email from Defence inviting your participation in the survey. You can also participate in the online survey, by following this link: https://orima.com/dva/transition.
The survey is voluntary.
We encourage you to share the survey link with your family and friends so they can provide valuable feedback on their experiences as part of the transition process.
Your responses will be confidential. Neither DVA nor Defence will know who has, or has not participated. The survey will be conducted with the highest levels of privacy and security, however, we understand not everyone will want to provide feedback.
If you require any support please call 1800 VETERAN (1800 838 372), or to provide any other feedback visit our website here. For more information about the support services DVA offer, visit our website.
Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling provides 24/7 free confidential crisis support for current and ex-serving ADF personnel and their families on 1800 011 046 or openarms.gov.au.