The Road Home partnered with The Hospital Research Foundation in 2015 to support health and wellbeing research and programs for veterans, emergency service personnel and their families to strive for improved health models and outcomes for those who sacrifice so much by putting themselves in harm’s way to serve and protect our way of life.

Experiencing trauma whilst serving our nation and our community can result in illness and injury to the very people who have given us the blanket of safety and protection we Australians can so easily take for granted. Trauma can cause long-term physical and emotional damage to those who serve us, and to their families.

In 2015, with the announced closure of the Repatriation General Hospital, The Repat Foundation announced a partnership with The Hospital Research Foundation to ensure vital research could not only continue locally but expand on a national scale to benefit veterans, emergency first responders and their families across Australia.

The Road Home will proudly build on the world-leading independent research The Repat Foundation has supported over the last 20 years and drive this forward to aid the health and wellbeing of those who sacrifice so much to serve our communities.

The Road Home will continue to build on its strong relationships with aligned veteran organisations, the Australian Defence Force and Emergency Services to ensure delivery of optimal health outcomes and improved models of care for our veterans, emergency first responders and their families.

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