The ADF Financial Services Consumer Council provides independent, professional financial education (not advice) to ADF members and their families.
Army & Air Force Canteen Service (formerly Frontline Defence Services) provides retail services to Australian Defence Force personnel and their families.
At Ease has been developed to improve veterans' mental health by raising awareness and understanding of how and where to seek help, and encouraging veterans to take action to optimise their health and wellbeing.
The Defence Community Organisation (DCO) provides a broad range of services in support of members and their families to help them balance the demands of military service with personal and family commitments.
The Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal hears and determines appeals from courts martial and Defence Force magistrates in respect of service offences by Australian Defence Force personnel.
The Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal inquires into and determines pay and pay related allowances for the Regular and Reserve members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
The Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits Scheme (DFRDB) is a fully defined unfunded superannuation scheme which was closed to all new members on 1 October 1991. The Scheme is administered by ComSuper.
Defence Housing Australia (DHA) is responsible for providing housing solutions to members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and their families.
Defence Joint Health Command (JHC) provides health care and, from the health perspective, ensures the preparedness of Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel for operations, as well as preparing deployable elements of JHC for deployment in support of operations.
The Defence Service Homes Scheme (DSH) provides housing benefits to eligible veterans, ADF personnel and their dependants such as subsidised housing loans, home support loans and associated insurances. This site covers both insurance and lending as well as providing practical tips, hints and maintenance ideas for owners of existing homes or anyone thinking of buying a new home.
The Military Superannuation and Benefits Scheme (MSBS) was established by the Military Superannuation and Benefits Act 1991 (the MSB Act). The MSBS is a defined contribution/defined benefit scheme administered by ComSuper.
Defence Community Organisation offers a broad range of programs and services to help Defence families make the most of the challenges and opportunities provided by the military way of life.
The Personnel Portal provides access to personnel related information from across the Department of Defence - including the Navy, Army and Air Force, regardless of organisational structure.
Alcohol is just part of the mix in a healthy lifestyle. The Right Mix has helpful information on health and alcohol issues relevant to the veteran community.
You may now be out of the Australian Defence Force, but you can still stay in touch. The Touchbase website has information and links that can help you in civilian life, from jobs and finances to health and well-being.