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Do you or someone you know need assistance or advice?


It is Veterans Health Week 2019.....are you up for a challenge??
The Veterans Centre in collaboration with Kingdom Gym and Rebound Health are hosting an event full of fun team and individual challenges for all Veterans.


Looking to find out more information on the Veterans Centre?


Whatever your thoughts or needs we would love to hear from you!

We offer assistance for Veterans

Find out information on local services and support as well as having your say about where you see gaps and future opportunities for the Veterans community.


Veterans Centre Sydney Northern Beaches is located at Dee Why RSL Club, 932 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW 2099

About Us

The Veterans Centre Sydney Northern Beaches (VCSNB) is an Incorporated Association, independent ex-service organisation, registered charity and Public Benevolent Institution. The VCSNB is governed by an independent cross-sector Board and services delivered by a team of qualified paid and volunteer staff.


The VCSNB is positioned as an independent point of contact for current and former military personnel and their families seeking assistance. Due to the high demand for services, the enquirer’s needs will be identified through an intake process to determine priority and appropriate services to address each client’s unique needs. To ensure an effective and holistic wellbeing first support service, the VCSNB provides care coordination and military legislation advocacy service while collaborating with many external specialist service providers.


Over the years, the VCSNB team has developed expertise in assisting military personnel experiencing medical separation and former service community experiencing hospitalisation. The VCSNB will continue to implement a best practice service solution to support our current and former service community.


The VCSNB cannot operate without the generous contributions of our supporters, who comprise many organisations and individuals.

All donated funds are used to meet our charitable purpose; supporting our current and former servicemen, servicewomen and their families in need.

If you would like to contribute, you can make a secure donation via the Donations page.

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Advocates are the linchpin of our supporting services at the Centre. They understand the legislation affecting our current and former serving communities and have knowledge of a wide range of supporting services/organisations. Given the complexity of chronic physical health and psychological conditions, this broad understanding is essential. Our advocates are paid and volunteer men and women between the ages of 25 and 70.

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